Hiring an apprentice is a productive and effective way for any business to grow talent and develop a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce.
Employers who have an established apprenticeship programme reported that productivity in their workplace had improved by 76% whilst 75% reported that apprenticeships improved the quality of their product or service.
Other benefits that apprenticeships contribute towards include:
- increasing employee satisfaction
- reducing staff turnover
- reducing recruitment costs
Cambridge Marketing College have partnered with The ONE Group to bring you an event tailored to those who are looking into a Marketing or PR Apprenticeship and how Cambridge Marketing College can help.
Recently Launched, employers can now select Cambridge Marketing College as their preferred training provider for Public Relations and Marketing Apprenticeships for any member of staff. Read more about our new apprenticeships.
What will be covered?
- What are the new Apprenticeships standards?
- What are levy and non-levy payers, and how do I get funding? How much will it cost me?
- What apprenticeships are available for Marketing, Digital marketing and PR?
- What will an apprentice learn? And why is this helpful for them and the company? How much time does it take to complete? How much time does it take out of the working week?
- How are apprenticeships assessed?
- What is a Degree Apprenticeship?
- Who is entitled to have an apprenticeship - from the employee and the company's perspective?
- Can an individually apply for an apprenticeship? how does an employer recruit an apprentice?
- Who offers Apprenticeship training? And how do I find them?
Cambridge Marketing College
Kiran Kapur is CEO of the College. A Chartered Marketer and Fellow of CIM, she has wide marketing experience specialising in CRM and customer communications in the financial services sector. She was previously our International Director.