National Apprenticeship Week

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Surrey closes in on filling 2,000 apprentice roles

A Surrey County Council drive to create apprenticeships is closing on giving 2,000 young people a leg up on the career ladder in just over three years. The authority launched the apprentice push in July 2012 and by last February more than 1,500 roles had been filled. Now, with National Apprenticeship Week in full swing, … Continue reading

VIDEO: Apprentices showcase benefits of roles

As National Apprenticeship Week kicked off today, young people showcased the benefits of their roles at Surrey County Council. The authority has created nearly 540 places in just 10 months through three schemes and is now investing £750,000 in filling 500 more by next April.

Drive to fill 100 council apprenticeships smashes target

A drive to fill 100 apprenticeship places at Surrey County Council in a year has smashed its target more than a month early. By the end of last month more than 110 apprenticeships had been arranged with the council following the initiative’s launch last April. Places were offered in areas such as youth work, administration, … Continue reading

Surrey reaches target of filling 200 apprentice places in 100 days

A campaign spearheaded by Surrey County Council to fill 200 apprentice places in 100 days has reached its target with time to spare. The success of the apprenticeship drive was confirmed as National Apprenticeship Week kicked off yesterday (6 February)*. Employers have been coming forward since the end of September pledging to take on apprentices … Continue reading


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