Apprenticeship live broadcasts in schools

28 November 2017

Schools in England can now access the latest apprenticeship information directly from employers and their apprentices - through a new broadcast initiative.

Starting with the BBC on 28 November 2017, students, teachers and governors can speak directly to apprenticeship employers and their apprentices live online.

During the broadcast they will hear about the latest opportunities on offer; the skills employers are looking for and how students can best prepare themselves for working life after school or college.

Funded by the National Apprenticeship Service and part of the Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge for Schools (ASK) project, broadcasts will stream directly to schools – whether on individual PCs or tablets, an interactive whiteboard in a classroom or on a projector during assembly.

Following the BBC Apprenticeship Live broadcast, Highways England will deliver the second broadcast on 30 November.

Schools looking to sign up to a live broadcast should visit the amazing apprenticeships website. The broadcasts will also be available to view on catch up if schools are unable to view them live.