National Apprenticeship Week 2024

Find out what’s going on from across the world of apprenticeships?

The biggest annual apprenticeships event is nearly here — save the date!

On 5th to 11th February 2024, hundreds of employers, apprentices, colleges and more will come together to celebrate the value of apprenticeships at the National Apprenticeship Week 2024. This is the 17th annual event and it promises to be bigger and better than ever!

What’s on?

With over 1,200 virtual and in-person events targeted at a range of audiences, NAW 2024 will showcase the many business benefits of employing apprentices, shine a light on the positive differences that apprenticeships can make to individuals and aim to bring the apprenticeship community together.

NAW 2024 will be a celebration of the outstanding work that apprentices do and you’ll get to hear stories from current apprentices about their experiences, which will help you make your own choices as you move into higher education.

There are lots of attendees yet to be announced, so keep your eyes peeled on the official NAW 2024 website for updates.

Who’s attending?

NAW 2024 will be a fantastic way for training providers, apprentices, parents and employers to collaborate and learn about the importance of apprenticeships and how they can get involved.

You’ll have the opportunity to network with businesses such as Amazon, Bentley, Severn Trent, Bloomberg, IBM and more as they share why apprenticeships are so valuable to their businesses. Other confirmed attendees include the NHS, the Department of Justice and the Armed Forces — giving you the chance to hear about the types of apprenticeships on offer across a multitude of industries.

Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram to join in the fun during the week!

To keep up-to-date with newly announced attendees, follow @Apprenticeships on Twitter or check out the National Apprenticeship Service on LinkedIn.

Get involved

February will soon be upon us, so it’s a good idea to start preparing for NAW 2024 now. Why not start to get your questions ready for employers by using the hashtag #AskAnEmployer.

For updates straight to your inbox, email the.week@education.gov.uk to receive the NAW 2024 newsletter or to ask any questions about the event.

Oh — and don’t forget to visit the gov.uk apprenticeships website to find out more.

And of course, you can browse hundred of the very best apprenticeships right here with us.

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