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The Apprenticeship Ambassador Network

why you should get in touch with apprenticeship ambassador network?

If you are not sure if apprenticeship training is right for your business, talk to other employers and get in touch with the National Apprenticeship Ambassador Network. The Apprenticeship Ambassadors are all employers who have recruited apprentices as part of their workforce.

What is an Apprenticeship Ambassador?

They are passionate about their experiences with apprentices and are keen to promote the apprenticeship route to other employers and potential new apprentices.

Matt O’Conner, MD of John O’Conner Grounds Maintenance and East of England AAN Chair says:

“Our business has enjoyed a huge amount of success with apprenticeships and I am always keen to show other employers just how beneficial they can be from a business perspective.”

What does an Apprenticeship Ambassador do?

  • Proactively champions apprenticeships in their own networks including customers, supply chains, and trade & sector bodies
  • Acts as a role model to promote and encourage the breadth and diversity within apprenticeships
  • Shares experiences, knowledge and skills and talks positively and honestly about the impact an apprentice has made within your organisation – this may be through case studies, meetings and events and via social media
  • Endorses apprenticeships at job fairs, skills shows and events and influences other employers about the benefits of apprenticeships

Ambassadors volunteer to undertake their role for approximately 1 day every 3 months.

Become an Apprenticeship Ambassador

The apprenticeship reforms have encouraged lots of new and exciting businesses and sectors to be more actively involved
in apprenticeships. We want our refreshed ambassador network to reflect this dynamic.

If you are interested in joining as an Ambassador, please contact: [email protected]

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