Busy Bees Education and Training will mark this year’s National Apprenticeship Week (8 – 14 February) by supporting businesses across the UK with free advice on how they can train, retain and achieve with apprenticeships.
The week will aim to highlight how apprentices can help to ‘Build the Future’ for UK businesses, many of whom are facing significat disruption and challenges brought about by the pandemic.
The award-winning training provider, rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, delivers a range of apprenticeships and training courses in sectors ranging from childcare, health and social care to hospitality, management and more.
During the week, their support will be can be found on their website, via a special podcast on their channel. They will also have an #AskAnApprentice Twitter takeover, where an apprentice will be on hand to answer any questions tweeted to @bbtraining.
Busy Bees Education and Training also want other local businesses to get involved on Valentine’s Day, with an ‘I love Apprenticeships’ special, where learners, trainers or anyone who’s benefitted from an apprenticeship can show their support across their social media channels.
Clare Phizacklea, Managing Director at Busy Bees Education and Training, said: “This National Apprenticeship Week, we want to bang the drum about the merits of apprenticeships and the value they bring to all organisations.
“Many of the most successful businesses rely on strong, sustainable apprenticeship programmes, and it’s just as important for SMEs too. Apprentices are often incredibly keen to learn and succeed, bringing with them fresh new ideas and thinking which can invigorate and help to grow an organisation.”
Here are Clare’s top 5 tips to employers this National Apprenticeship Week: