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Preston’s College Apprenticeship Breakfast

Posted on - 24th June, 2014 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, College, Events, Fulwood

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Do you have a business? Would you like to learn more about apprenticeships?

On 27 June, Preston’s College is holding an event to help you to find out how an apprenticeship could help your business.

Together with The Royal Bank of Scotland, Preston’s College will host an Apprenticeship Breakfast looking to provide valuable training advice; access to funding for apprenticeships and helping young staff. 

This seminar looks to provide answers to businesses considering skills of existing workforce, or expanding the business now or in the future. Find out all you need to know about Apprenticeships.

The team on the day will provide help and support on:
 
Recruitment and Selection Service – finding the right apprentice.
 
Tailor made training packages for your business.
 
Access to funding opportunities like the 16-24 Apprenticeships Grant – £1,500 for every apprentice you take on (subject to eligibility).
 
Transferring an existing young employee into the scheme.

The event is on Friday 27 June 2014 from 7.30am-9.30am. 

Preston’s College is an Enterprise College who pride themselves on being a hive of innovation and activity, which is reflected in the provision they offer.

More details contact Preston’s College abeetham@preston.ac.uk

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