NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK 2022
BPIF Training loved celebrating National Apprenticeship Week where we hosted a range of events and webinars, exploring how individuals and employers can get more involved in apprenticeships. There were opportunities to recognise past and present apprentices’ achievements and we heard their experiences on courses in the industry. Plus, we found out more about careers in print, apprenticeship funding and recruitment and apprentice vacancies.
If you missed the sessions, recordings and presentations are available below
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Day 1 - Careers in Print: Apprenticeships and Life Long Learning
Our MD Karly Lattimore hosted a session on the careers in print, allowing an insight into the career possibilities and progression routes within our vibrant, thriving print industry. A panel of expert apprentices were on hand, across a range of programmes and levels, answering questions on their experiences and the industry
Day 2 - Apprenticeship Funding: Maximising Financial Support Available
Aimed at employers of all sizes, Max Walkington our Head of Data and Compliance talked through funding opportunities available to support with your apprenticeship provision. For larger business there was an insight into how to utilise the apprenticeship levy, and for smaller employers how you apprenticeship provision is funded.
Day 3 - Panel Discussion: How an Apprentice Can Compliment your Current Workforce
Daryl Danielli, editor and who rose rapidly through the ranks after joining as an apprentice, Charles Jarrold, CEO of BPIF and Jake Tween, Director of apprenticeship at DSW. The panel discussed how apprentices can complement your current workforce and took look at how print has changed through the generations.
Day 4 - Apprenticeship Recruitment and Vacancies: Where to Start
Arun Madar, Business Engagement Manager for BPIF Training discussed good practice in ensuring that your apprenticeship vacancy attracts highly motivated candidates, as well as looking that as a young person, you are positioning yourself in the best way to get that apprenticeship position
Day 5 - National Apprenticeship Week 2022 Wrap Up
Our MD of Training was back to reflect on National Apprenticeship Week 2022, giving a summary of the key conversation from the week as well as highlight the plans for BPIF Training in the coming year