Apprenticeships Q&A all week, to help thousands understand what an apprenticeship could mean, whatever results or options pupils consider.
- What apprenticeships are available in my area?
- How can I apply?
- What A Level should I study for different apprenticeships?
- What is a (degree) apprenticeship?
- How much does it pay?
- What skills will I gain?
- What are my career prospects?
During the GCSE Results Week, 21-25th August 2017, GetMyFirstJob will be engaging with thousands of young people in a week-long live Q&A with their apprenticeship recruitment team. Plus, young people 16-24 registering on GetMyFirstJob in August can win their own MacBook Air!
Working with partners such as the National Citizen Service, City&Guilds; Group, YourLife, Tomorrow’s People, YourFeed, SEMTA, Kaplan and colleges and training providers across the UK, GetMyFirstJob is encouraging thousands of young people across the UK to take part in the biggest live Apprenticeship Q&A in the UK during this week.
David Allison, MD of GetMyFirstJob, says “Whatever your results, there is a great range of choices for you with an apprenticeship or traineeship, and with degree level apprenticeships widely available, often comparable to the University route. We hope to help as many young people, parents and schools as possible this year understand their options and opportunities”
In the week of GCSE Level Results Day, by using the hashtag #AskGetMyFirstJob on twitter or by posting on GetMyFirstJob’s Facebook page, young people, parents, teachers and schools can ask the dedicated recruitment team questions about how to apply for and get an apprenticeship, what the requirements are, what a degree apprenticeship involves or even what opportunities are available in their area that very moment!
As an additional incentive to those who might be interested in searching or applying for what apprenticeships are available in their area, everyone 16-24 registering with GetMyFirstJob in August will be entered into a draw to win a MacBook Air, with more prizes from Asos for new followers across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
About GetMyFirstJob: www.getmyfirstjob.co.uk
GetMyFirstJob is a social enterprise committed to enhancing work opportunities for young people across the UK, and work young people to find opportunities, and with employers and training providers to find the talent they need. 350,000 young people have signed up via GetMyFirstJob.co.uk looking for the crucial first steps into the world of work.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of GetMyFirstJob, on Tuesday 22 August, 2017. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/