National Apprenticeship Week 2022
23 July 2021
National Apprenticeship Week is held on an annual basis with the purpose of shining a light on the work carried out by both employers and apprentices.
The Education and Skills Funding Agency has confirmed that the 15th instalment of the National Apprenticeship Week will be held between the dates of 7 and 13 February 2022. This is your opportunity to start preparing to get involved!
The focus of the celebrations will be on the benefits that apprenticeships have for both individuals and employers, and they will take place all across England. Businesses of all different sizes, from different sectors and individuals of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to get involved.
The week in February will see Apprenticeship Ambassadors, MPs, training providers, End Point Assessor Organisations (EPAOs), apprentices, parents and employers join together to celebrate the work being carried out across the whole apprenticeship community.
In National Apprenticeship Week 2021:
• There were more than 1,200 virtual stakeholder, employer, provider and schools events
• NAW2021 was trending at number one on Twitter on Launch Day, achieving 500 million impressions on social media across the space of the week
• Prime Minister, Boris Johnson shared the launch video which was viewed more than 150,000 times
• Stakeholder toolkits and assets were downloaded more than 17,000 times
An announcement on what the theme of National Apprenticeship Week 2022 will be made in the Autumn,
GOV.UK will give further updates, and information will be provided across social media platforms - @Apprenticehips on Twitter and National Apprenticeship Service on LinkedIn.
Further information regarding apprenticeships can be found here.
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