Posted: Tuesday, 23 August 2016 @ 11:14
Intec got this years’ Apprenticeship week off to a flying start at a breakfast event at Old School Rugby on Monday 3rd March 2014. Guests from over 20 local companies attended the event to learn how Apprenticeships can help employers grow the skills of their employees.
Mark Pawsey MP for Rugby gave a keynote speech on the positive effect Apprenticeships are having on the country’s economic recovery. He said “young people leaving school now have a choice of high quality Apprenticeship opportunities in a variety of industry sectors. Apprenticeships at Intermediate, Advanced and Higher levels are in well paid jobs with great career prospects”
Sarah Webb, a manager for Deichmann shoes gave a presentation on their Apprenticeship programme and how it was contributing to the company’s internal success plans, she said “many of our Apprentices are starting to benefit from the company’s career development programme and will become the supervisors and store managers of the future”
Darren Bunting, Intec’s Managing Director explained how Intec could help companies benefit from being engaged in an Apprenticeship programme. He also provided information on the Government grant of £1500 which is available to employers who recruit young people onto an Apprenticeship programme.
Discussing Apprenticeships: L to R Sarah Webb, Manager for Deichmann Shoes Darren Bunting Managing Director at Intec Business Colleges and Mark Pawsey MP for Rugby discuss Apprenticeships before their presentations.
Its good to talk: Over 20 Employers attended the event at Intec head offices.
L to R Darren Bunting Managing Director of Intec Business Colleges, Mark Pawsey MP for Rugby and John Herman Intec CEO, Following the successful event.