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Welcome to The National Apprenticeship Shows
The National Apprenticeship Shows exist only to promote Apprenticeships and our message is clear – Apprenticeships work for both candidates and employers alike!
These FREE to attend events showcase all levels of Apprenticeships, from entry level all the way through to Higher and Degree. This offers visitors the opportunity to engage with each region’s top Employers, Colleges, Universities, and Training Providers in a face-to-face, interactive environment.
The National Apprenticeship Shows are the perfect opportunity for School and College leavers, as well as young adults, parents and carers, to discover more about Apprenticeships across the seven regions we cover in England.
If you’re a teacher from a School or College looking to bring a group of students, head to the ‘Group Registration‘ tab to book your group.
If you’re an individual wanting to attend, head to the ‘Register‘ tab to book.
These events reach more School and College leavers, parents, carers and individuals than any other event of its kind, so if you’re an Employer or Provider looking to promote your Apprenticeship offering and recruit for your programmes, why not exhibit at one or more of our events?
If you have any questions about visiting or exhibiting, do get in touch with the team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0203 858 7000.
GameChangers – Gaming in the Liverpool City Region – Parents / Carers Edition
28/11/23 6pm Online
GameChangers: Teacher, Parent & Carer Online Sessions
Did you see GameChangers on the news?
GameChangers is a new initiative that brings together game developers, educators and industry organisations to pave the way for the next generation of video game creators.
Parents and carers can find out more by joining our online sessions.
You can learn about opportunities in the gaming industry in the Liverpool City Region to better inform your young person(s). Students may also benefit from joining the call with their parent/carer.
You can join our GameChangers to hear from local games employers and education providers in the Liverpool City Region, find out about pathways into exciting gaming careers and the opportunities right on our doorstep!
Click here to book on for FREE: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SHc53-wnQtKL8uBmBWkp1Q#/registration
Local author and poet, John Hughes from ‘The Windows Project’ visited Clifford Holroyde today to complete a series of creative writing workshops. John worked with Classes 2, 3, 4 and 6. Each class were fully engaged in the sessions and really enjoyed putting their ideas forward. They created some lyrics, short stories and poems. John was impressed with how the students participated in each of his sessions.
Today class 3 were visited by local poet, Ged Thompson. Ged led a poetry workshop in which the students were totally engaged and pupils produced their own poem. The boys acted in a very responsible way when discussing the mature topics and themes. Ged and the students really enjoyed the session and it has certainly wetted the appetite for more poetry at Clifford Holroyde.
We are really looking forward to having an amazing local poet, author and storyteller; Ged Thompson, who has very kindly agreed to come in to perform some poems and talk about poetry with one of our English classes on Wednesday 15th November.
Ged will have some copies of his collection of fairytales ‘Middle Earth Magic’ for sale @ £10 a copy, if any of the pupils might like one. Thanks, Mr McGilton You can follow Ged’s page, Middle Earth Magic
It’s Options October on The Parent Perspective; Episode 6 kicks off the first of a 3-episode run called ‘Options October’. Today, it’s about post-16 options (after GCSEs) – use Amazing apprenticeships handy Post-16 options comparison table while you listen in!
Rachel’s guests, Lisa and Laura, provide invaluable insight from 3 key viewpoints – Lisa as a College Principal and Laura as both a teacher and a parent.
Listen in as we cover everything from A Levels to apprenticeships and many more along the way. Listen here: https://amazingapprenticeships.com/resource/the-parent-perspective-podcast-s3-e6-the-options-post-16/
Don’t forget, Amazing apprenticeships have some fantastic guides and resources available for you as a parent, take a look on their website: https://amazingapprenticeships.com/resources/?parents-packs=1&podcast=1 and all parents podcasts can be accessed here: https://amazingapprenticeships.com/the-parent-perspective-podcast/