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For Apprenticeship Week Wales 2019 we’ve talked to team leaders, managers and apprentices from Monmouthshire County Council to look at the benefits of apprenticeships to both employers and employees.
Apprenticeship Week celebrates the positive impact Apprenticeships have on individuals, businesses and the economy. The aim of Apprenticeship Week is to engage with employers and promote the advantages of taking on and supporting apprentices in the workplace while highlighting the talent and skills apprentices bring businesses and the wider economy.
I2A offers young people support that is tailored to their needs; including pastoral support, one to one mentoring, and alternative qualifications.
International Women's Day 2017 - #BeBoldForChange
Work-Based Learning opportunities for young people aged 16-19, not currently in education, employment or training.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is an international initiative that introduces entrepreneurship to young people across the globe!
Could you be an inspirational Monmouthshire Mentor for budding Young Entrepreneurs?
Providing employability guidance, training opportunities and support for participants to enter and sustain employment.
Competitions / Challenges provide skills that employers are looking for!
I2W aims to promote employment, education and training opportunities to the young people of Monmouthshire.
Monmouthshire County Council marked International Women’s Day on Wednesday 8th March with an event at Chepstow School for pupils from across all year groups.
Apprenticeship Week celebrates the positive impact Apprenticeships have on individuals, businesses and the economy.