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Scottish Apprenticeships from a Parent's Point of View - Breadalbane Academy


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In this online event for parents and carers, hear parents explain why an apprenticeship has been lifechanging for their child, sharing how they have been supported to achieve and succeed on an apprenticeship.

Find out about Foundation, Modern and Graduate Apprenticeships – where to get more information, the help provided while taking one and how to find one.

There’ll be more examples of how young people have been supported through their apprenticeships.

An apprentice employer will also share what they look for in a young person when recruiting and why apprenticeships are vital in developing individuals and their workforce.

Taking place during Scottish Apprenticeship Week from 4 to 8 March, understand why apprenticeships are creating a Skills Generation.

The webinar is being delivered by Skills Development Scotland in partnership with the National Parent Forum of Scotland.

The session will be supported by a British Sign Language signer.

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In order to access this session, you will require to have downloaded the Microsoft Teams app on your device – we would advise that if you are using a mobile or tablet, you download this prior to the session.

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