ASK Apprenticeship Awareness Programme

GWP are proud to be delivering the ASK (Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge) Programme in Wiltshire Schools again in 2020/21 as sub-contractor of CXK.

A mix of remote and face to face delivery, we are delivering awareness programmes on Apprenticeships, Traineeships and T-Levels to pupils from Year 10 to Year 13, their Teachers and their Parents/Carers.

We offer a bespoke advice service to include the following:

  • Apprenticeship, Traineeship and T Level Presentations and awareness assemblies
  • Registration and Application Workshops
  • Interactive Virtual Workshops
  • Mock Assessment Centre Workshops
  • Bespoke support for Years 11 and 13
  • Parents' and Carers' support
  • Careers Fairs
  • Teacher training & development
  • Free classroom resources
  • Apprenticeship Champions network
  • Vacancy Snapshot

Click here for the 2020/21 Academic Year Brochure

Click here to request support from the ASK Programme

For a great summary of T Level Provision courtesy of Rose at Swindon & Wiltshire Careers Hub View Document

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