THIS time of year sees many people, particularly young people leaving school and college, looking at the next stage of their careers, and possibly considering an apprenticeship.
Professional services advanced apprenticeship provider 3aaa will be holding a series of open evenings over the summer to offer advice and guidance to those wanting to find out more about apprenticeships.
The evenings, which will run from 5pm to 7pm on July 27 and August 10, will also include training sessions on interview skills.
Locally, 3aaa, based in central Northampton, provides apprenticeships to Level 3 and 4 in Digital Marketing, IT and Business Administration, and works with employers recruiting apprentices to help young people find a pathway to their chosen career.
Nationally, 3aaa also provides apprenticeships in Accountancy and Financial Services, and the aim is that the range will increase in Northampton as the office becomes more established. All apprenticeship programmes are Government funded and therefore there is no cost to the apprentice or employer. 3aaa are also a Grade 1 Outstanding Ofsted awarded training provider - delivering some of the very best training in the area.
Lisa Byles, Academy Manager in Northampton, said: “We work closely with our partnering employers to understand the requirements of their business and help them to select the best possible candidate to suit their needs.
“This is part of a free ‘match and fill’ recruitment service that we offer, working with local employers to support the young people of Northamptonshire and help them gain fantastic career and job opportunities to kick-start their careers.”
3aaa places a huge emphasis on employing high-quality, industry-experienced staff which means that we are able to deliver outstanding apprenticeship programmes that are developed with a focus on providing industry led skills and experience.
To find out more, contact 3aaa on 01604 633780 or visit the website www.3aaa.co.uk