Litcham Apprenticeship Evening

11th February 2020

Everyone deserves the opportunity to get on and thrive in the world of work – especially our youngsters as they look to step out of education and into employment.

That’s why I have always been so keen to support initiatives that look to bring local businesses and the community together to give our youngsters the chance to explore the opportunities available to them.

Apprenticeships are one such avenue for our youngsters when they are leaving school – but one that is so often overlooked! In our part of the world, there are a wealth of employers (at businesses and organisations small, medium and large) with an interest in recruiting local youngsters to their ranks. However, many of our youngsters know nothing about them!

Litcham School are looking to change that.

On Wednesday 26th February between 6-8pm, they are welcoming students from all year groups to an event at which they can talk to employers and training providers from our region – including Palm Paper, Cranswick Foods, RAF, NHS, Norfolk County Council and many others.

The school would like to involve even more local employers though – and are encouraging any in the region to get in touch to discuss becoming involved. If you are interested, please contact the school via email at office@litcham.norfolk.sch.uk (putting ‘Apprenticeship Event’ in the subject) or via telephone at 01328 701265.

Whether you are a one man band looking to take on and train up a second pair of hands or an enterprise of 50-100 looking to bring more local youth into your workforce, this could be a fantastic opportunity to meet your employees of tomorrow!

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