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Big or small, running your own event is a great way for your business to take part in Scottish Apprenticeship Week. Here's a simple guide to some of the events you could host, and how to set them up.Get involved
We've produced digital resources to help you promote Scottish Apprenticeship Week on your website and in your business.Toolkit
Want to know what's happening during Scottish Apprenticeship Week? We've got the full list of events here.See what's on
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Take a look at some of the action from Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2016.
+ events took place across Scotland
Employers, apprentices, training providers, Sector Skills Councils, colleges and other partners all helped make 2016 our most successful year yet.
SDS Board Member and Ayrshire College Chair
Willie Mackie met apprentices from the Aeronautical Engineering Training Centre - part of Ayrshire College Campus.
Glasgow Traditional Building Forum offered young people the opportunity to try out skills like bricklaying, stained glass and stone carving.
Last year's events spanned the length and breadth of Scotland.See last year's events
MSP, MP and Ministerial visits to employers, training providers and centres
Damien Yeates, Chief Executive of Skills Development Scotland, visited NS Design in Glasgow to find out about the opportunities apprenticeships offer in digital technologies.
GTG Training hosted an open day showcasing their facilities, and showing young people what automotive apprenticeships are on offer.
AXA Finance hosted an event to showcase the benefits that apprentices bring to business. Employers from all levels attended the event and heard from apprentices themselves.