National Apprenticeship Week Preview
Winstanley College have lots of help for you, and have been in touch with Byrchall to say:
Ahead of National Apprenticeship Week 2021 we wanted to reach out and take this opportunity to highlight some of the great opportunities we have for you and your students considering their next steps.
Are you home schooling or looking for further classroom resources?
We’re pleased to let you know that we’ll be running another virtual Back to Schools event series from 9 February. We’re inviting your students to join us in a welcoming environment to discover where a career with PwC could take them. Students could walk away with some great ideas about their future. Register your student here and you can find out more about the programme on our website.
Are your students passionate about accounting, business, and technology?
Our Virtual Insight Week applications are now open. This programme is for students in Year 12 in England and Wales (Year 13 in Northern Ireland, or S5 in Scotland) and gives students the chance to gain new experiences, skills and confidence, as they take their first steps towards their career. Applications close on Sunday 14 March.
Are your students in their final year of school and still deciding what to do this autumn?
Our School and College Leaver opportunities give students the chance to earn while they learn, and start their career straight from school. Encourage them to apply now to avoid missing out.
Find out more at our virtual events:
Your students can join one of our virtual events to speak to our people and explore our opportunities. We’re also running an Inclusion and Diversity event on 17 February, where you can hear from a number of our partners and staff on a range of topics ranging from faith, working parents, raising a trans child, what it means to be ColourBrave. Parents and teachers are encouraged to join - you can find out more and sign up here.
Our social mobility virtual skills programme:
We’re delighted to be running another cycle of our New World. New Skills - Schools series; our social mobility virtual skills programme, which gives young people aged 11-14 the opportunity to develop their confidence and key transferable skills. The programme will also support the achievement of 7 out of the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks, in particular benchmarks 4, 5 and 6. To find out more, please visit our website.
Looking for resources to help your students in their application process?
We want to encourage students to be the best they can be and that’s why we developed our Employability Hub. Explore and share the resources we have available to support their candidate journey.
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