The 2019 National Apprenticeship Week will run from 4 to 8 March 2019 and will highlight the fantastic opportunities that an apprenticeship brings to employers, individuals and the economy.

On Tuesday 5 March Croydon College will host the ‘Chooseday’ Tuesday event in partnership with CroydonWorks and DWP. The event is to celebrate all the amazing opportunities available with local employers across various sectors and will give a taste of what’s out there as well as support available from Croydon Council!!

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Would be apprentices of all ages and parents can learn about the various career paths available and get an understanding of what it is like to work as an Apprentice and gain a fully recognised qualification at the same time.

There is also a an opportunity for Businesses (small and large) who are interested in knowing more about recruiting apprentices and the benefits they bring to any organisation.

The fantastic programme of events are

10-12 – Schools Exhibition (Appointment Only) – Interactive Workshops, Tasters and more

12:30-2:30 – Business Networking Lunch (Invite Only) – Guest Speakers, Exciting Announcements

3-7 – Public Exhibition – Business Stands, Parent Information Workshops and more

This is a great event and we look forward to welcoming everyone attending

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