app-champion-logo-01What is an Apprenticeship Champion?

You know that in a fast-changing, competitive world your students need the skills that employers are looking for. You know that a head start learning real skills in a real workplace can be priceless.

That’s why you’re an avid, inspired promoter of apprenticeships in your school, college or educational establishment. It’s why you’re always finding creative ways to motivate your students, amazing opportunities to offer them, and exciting ways of explaining the value of apprenticeships.

You’re already an Apprenticeship Champion – so introduce yourself!

We’re looking for 1000 amazing people working in education and training across England to sign up to the Apprenticeship Champions Network. It’s completely free to join, and all you have to do is keep being a positive voice for apprenticeships. You’ll be given access to the latest apprenticeships support and information.

It’s that easy – and that exciting. Join us, and be a part of an inspired, motivated nationwide network of positive change-makers.

How to become an apprenticeship champion

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(Current Champions: 1027)

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  • Becky Williams

    Redcar & Cleveland College (North)

    Michael Elliott

    Stockyon on Tees Borough Council Learning & Skills (North)

    Alex Parsons-Moore

    Nicholas Chamberlaine School (Midlands)

    Tracey Secker

    Performance Through People (Midlands)

    Samantha Feeley

    Performance Through People (Midlands)

    Rachel Dickinson

    Alderman Knight School (Midlands)

    Abigail Robinson

    Chichester College (South)

    Patrick Drought

    Astley Community High School (North)

    Angela Lofters

    Positive Steps (North)

    Sarah Adams

    Barnwood Park Arts College (Midlands)

    Caspar Bartington

    Association for Project Management (South)

    Timea Vaczkan

    Reach4Skills (South)