Do You Have the Potential Winner of the East of England Local Government Apprenticeship Challenge 2020 Working With You?

16th December 2019

Do You Have the Potential Winner of the East of England Local Government Apprenticeship Challenge 2020 Working With You?

Have you booked on yet? Places are filling up for the first heat in the Apprenticeship Challenge 2020 to be held at Norwich City Football Club on 9 January. It promises to be an action-packed full day event with bags of learning and collaborative working opportunities for all attendees.

There are three heats overall and the finalist from each heat will then take part in a ‘Champion of Champions’ finale shortly after the 4th March heat to crown the East of England Local Government Apprentice of the Year 2020.

Who will succeed the 2019 winner, Kirsten Moore from Central Bedfordshire Council? One of your team could have the potential to be the East of England Local Government Apprentice 2020, showcasing both your organisation and your approach to apprentices. Remember you have to be in it to win it.

The Apprenticeship Challenge is a truly immersive learning experience which benefits everyone who participates. Don’t just take our word for it though. One of the 2019 Apprenticeship Challenge participants said that “It was a privilege to attend an event like this, I’m grateful for the opportunity”.

The second and third heats will be held at the following locations on the dates shown:

Wednesday 5th February   Peterborough
Wednesday 4thMarch        Chelmsford

For more Information and to book your place:

Heat 1 (Norwich) https://www.eelga.gov.uk/events/apprenticeship_challenge_norfolk_2020_time_2_shine/

Heat 2 (Peterborough)
https://www.eelga.gov.uk/events/apprentice_challenge_peterborough_2020_time_2shine/

Heat 3 (Chelmsford)
https://www.eelga.gov.uk/events/apprenticeship_challenge_essex_2020_time_2_shine/

Use this as an opportunity to showcase the talent and potential that your apprentices bring to your council. If you would like further information, then please contact either Lucy Ashwell (lucy.ashwell@eelga.gov.uk) or Julie Cooke (Julie.cooke@eelga.gov.uk).

 

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