The ASK project – increasing the awareness of Apprenticeships

The National Apprenticeship Service are launching a new project to help employers increase the awareness of Apprenticeships amongst young people. Apprenticeships Live will allow you to broadcast your message directly future Apprentices.

What is it?

The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools project (ASK) is funded by the National Apprenticeship Service, part of the Department for Education.

The aim of this project is to work with schools and other educational establishments across England to increase awareness of apprenticeships.

Apprenticeships Live is part of the Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge for schools project and is a series of 60 digital broadcasts that will be available live and on demand to schools and other educational establishments across England. The broadcasts aim to inform students in years 10, 11, 12 and 13 about apprenticeships in an engaging and inspiring way, dispelling myths and re-positioning apprenticeships as a credible option for all students to consider.

How to get involved

This is a fantastic opportunity for employers that offer apprenticeships to broadcast a message about their apprenticeship programmes directly into schools and colleges across England. The aim is to raise the prestige of apprenticeships in England and the best way to do this is to hear directly from employers and their apprentices in an inspiring and informative way.

Click here to find out more about Apprenticeships Live or email apprenticeships@learnliveuk.com