National Apprenticeship Week has launched and Lancaster & Morecambe College (LMC), along with the National Apprenticeship Service, are encouraging learners to ‘Look Beyond’ the traditional routes into HE or employment, by promoting the benefits of apprenticeships.
LMC is re-launching its #LMC100in100 campaign, following last year’s success, where we were able to secure 132 apprenticeship roles in the local area. The campaign once again aims to create 100 apprenticeships in 100 days; last year it also helped create 60 new job opportunities across the district.
Charlotte Rawes, the College’s Director of Apprenticeships and Employer Engagement, said:
We were delighted with the success of last year’s campaign. We’re looking forward to building on this and promoting the range of excellent local apprentice¬ship opportunities. We know apprenticeships are an enabler to a great career and im¬proved productivity within businesses.
Here at LMC, we celebrate apprenticeships and to try to encourage as many people as possible to consider this as a viable alternative to full time study. Apprenticeships can offer so much more than just qualifications, and we are celebrating the diversity and value that they can bring into the workplace.
The College’s Apprenticeship provision covers over 30 occupational areas, training around 550 apprentices each year, in conjunction with over 500 employers.
Follow the #LMC100in100 mission at LMC Business social media channels;
Register now to attend our Apprenticeship Open Evening on Tuesday 3 March