Boston College in Spalding is participating in National Apprenticeship Week again this year.
It is holding a number of activities designed to inform and motivate employers and students alike, about the opportunities available and beneficial outcomes when progressing careers through the apprenticeship scheme.
Friday and Saturday will see the college hold an apprentice information event
This year, National Apprenticeship Week started on Monday and runs until Friday – and Boston College is offering many exciting activities throughout the week.
To kick start this week, the college held a Style Showcase on Monday which promoted successful careers in hairdressing and beauty therapy, courses which are offered at both the Boston and Spalding campuses.
The college welcomes the Longhurst Group on Wednesday, who will hold sessions during the day to promote the value of professional customer service. The activity is aimed at business and construction students.
On Thursday the college offers a high profile technology business breakfast where Daily Telegraph technology editor Matt Warman will be speaking to regional business leaders on the opportunities provided by technology, and how employing tech-savvy apprentices can further benefit their businesses.
To conclude, Friday and Saturday will see the college hold an apprentice information event, which everyone is welcome to attend.
This event will be in Pescod Hall, Boston, and people can drop in all day and find out more about how apprenticeships work, how they benefit companies and how companies can get involved.
If you are interested in becoming an apprentice or alternately if you are a business with an interest in the apprenticeship scheme, visit www.boston.ac.uk or contact the employer engagement team on 01205 313242.