The Partnership’s annual Apprenticeship Pathways event will be taking place on Wednesday 1 February 2017.
The main purpose of the event is to give genuinely interested students the opportunity to discuss apprenticeships with both training providers and their partner employers.
The event is open to years 11, 12 and 13 as the event aims to promote a wide range of apprenticeship opportunities, including those at higher and degree level. The aim is for students to be given an opportunity to have constructive dialogue with training providers, employers and existing apprentices in their area of interest, and in some cases gain a 'hands on experience' as providers and employers are encouraged to make their stands as interactive as possible.
The event is organised through collaboration between the ESP and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
2017 will be the sixth year that this event has taken place, each year the number of learners, providers and employers’ participating has increased. Last year more than 400 East Riding learners from 14 East Riding secondary schools attended and almost 30 training providers and employers exhibited at the event, offering a wide range of local Apprenticeship vacancies.
Apprenticeships are available in a wide variety of areas, including land-based engineering, engineering, business administration and law, motor vehicle, construction crafts, sport and leisure, travel, game keeping, information technology, logistics, health and social care, childcare, hospitality and catering, agriculture, horticulture, gas industry, accountancy, hair and beauty, customer service retail, animal care and equine.
Further information about Apprenticeships, including apprenticeship vacancies can be found at:
If you have any queries or suggestions in relation to the event and/or would like to participate in 2017 please contact the ESP team using the details below.