Topic: Apprenticeships vs Internships – what’s better for my business?
Speakers and Topics
Topic – How can the Reading Internship Scheme benefit your organisation?
Speaker – Holly Forsyth – Reading Internship Scheme Coordinator – University of Reading
Topic – To provide a case study on the time working with the Chamber as a placement
Speaker – Katherine Chapanionek – Intern at Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce
Topic – What is the driving force behind the Government’s Apprenticeship Levy and why are SMEs not using it?
Speaker – James Anderson – Partner Employment Law at Doyle Clayton (Click here for bio)
Topic – What impact do Apprentices have on business and how can Employers utilise the Apprenticeship scheme?
Speaker – Fiona Stilwell – Chief Operating Officer at Activate Apprenticeships (click here for bio)
The National Apprenticeship Week is co-ordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service and is designed to celebrate Apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. The National Apprenticeship Service is part of the Education and Skills Funding Agency, which is an executive agency of DfE. We coordinate and promote the delivery of Apprenticeships in England.
To join in the celebrations, we will hear from University of Reading, Doyle Clayton and Activate Learning on a wide range of topics, including internship schemes in the area and how these may impact your business for the greater good and the Apprenticeship Levy. We are also pleased to welcome the Chambers very own intern Katherine, who will be talking about the benefits of the scheme and how it has helped her.