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Join Scotland's Apprentice Network

  • Promote apprenticeships through exciting events
  • Visit schools to share your experience with pupils
  • Share your knowledge and the benefits of being an apprentice on social media
  • Talk at award ceremonies, industry meetings, learning events or even at the Scottish Parliament

What are the benefits?

Access to unique development opportunities

Join a powerful network of apprentices, employers and business leaders

Get access to helpful resources and industry information

Share your story and help other young people see the value of apprenticeships

Influence policy and help shape the future of apprenticeships

What do I need to become a member?

No one understands apprenticeships in Scotland better than you. You did the work and you got the rewards. And now, no one is better placed to help and mentor young people as they take their first steps on a career path you know so well.

The Network is open to all apprentices, past and present.

You'll need to nominate a Network Sponsor.

Your Network Sponsor should be someone who can give you a positive reference about what you will bring to the Network. It could be your line-manager or someone you have worked closely with during your apprenticeship.

  • Details about your apprenticeship

  • Your Employer's contact details (you’ll need their permission)

  • Contact details for your Network Sponsor

  • Ideas for what you will bring to the network

  • It should take about 15 minutes to complete the registration form

Join the Network

Apply to be part of the Network and inspire the next generation of talent with your skills, knowledge and experience.
You’ll need to create an account or log in to your existing account.

Apply

Our apprentices

Hear from some of our network members about what being a network member means to them.

Bethany Welsh Balfour Beatty Small

Bethany Welsh, Graduate Apprentice, Balfour Beatty

“Being a part of Scotland’s Apprentice Network is important to me as it's a platform that allows me to share my experiences with not only future apprentices but to employers and industries showing the importance of upskilling and passing on knowledge. The network is a great way to communicate and make new connections with likeminded people.”

Beescraig CP Luke Taylor A10 GRN 1677

Luke Taylor, past Modern Apprentice, West Lothian Council

"As part of Scotland’s Apprentice Network, I'm able to promote apprenticeship opportunities and raise awareness of the land based industry. The activities through the network allow me to share my story and inspire others.”

Rebecca Steele GTG Small

Rebecca Steele, Modern Apprentice, Arnold Clark

“Being a member of Scotland’s Apprentice Network has helped improve my confidence greatly, I never thought I’d be able to talk in front of groups but now I’m not as nervous and I can!”