Keele University is proud to celebrate
National Apprenticeship Week 2022
'Build the Future' is the theme chosen for the 15th annual event taking place across England, highlighting the benefits apprenticeships can have on individuals, businesses and communities.
New to apprenticeships?
If you are considering an apprenticeship but are not sure where to start? Don't worry, our Business Engagement Manager Huw has got you covered.
How are we building for the future?
- We understand it is important to think ahead, Keele University has an evolving portfolio of apprenticeship programmes designed with employers, in response to sector needs and skills shortages.
- We know the future is not static. The Covid-19 pandemic demonstrated how the closeness to the communities we serve, enabled our apprenticeship offer to reflect and respond to the changing needs of individuals and organisations.
- We are growing too, our apprenticeship provision is made up of an ambitious and expanding team, who are genuinely passionate about apprenticeships and the impact of the programmes we offer.
The impact of apprenticeships
Introducing Emily Doorbar BEM, studying on our Senior Leader Apprenticeship (MBA) programme. Emily has been featured on the Queen's New Year Honours List and explores the difference apprenticeships can make on individuals, businesses and communities.
How are we celebrating NAW2022?
- We are showcasing our new apprenticeship glow up and have launched our apprenticeship rebrand this week, in line with the national event!
- Catch us shouting about apprenticeships on Keele Gateway social all throughout the week. You can check this out on Twitter and LinkedIn.
- Are you unsure of how an apprenticeship could benefit you or your business? Our Business Engagement Manager Huw has got you covered, check out what Huw has to say in the video above.
- We know our apprenticeship programmes impact individuals, organisations and our community, and we are celebrating that this week. Above, you can also hear from Emily Doorbar, BEM. Emily is studying on our Senior Leader Apprenticeship (MBA) programme and has been featured on the Queen’s New Year Honours List! Emily is the Covid Defence Lead for Staffordshire County Council and has been awarded the British Empire Medal for public service, for her work on contact tracing across the region.