A FREE event brought to you by Protocol and our Partners. 


What’s it all about?

The apprenticeship delivery sphere has changed, with that so have targets, rules and expectations. This event will explore how the Apprenticeship Levy and the new standards effect your recruitment of Trainers, Assessors and Functional Skills Tutors and will touch on the benefits and the core requirement to outsourcing these services in order to continue delivering quality and cost effective apprenticeships within the government guidelines.

Additionally, speakers from our partner and sponsor organisations will provide their take on the apprenticeship landscape and how they are approaching it.

With plenty of networking opportunities and in-depth open discussion forums this informal event is sure to provide you with food for thought and keep your apprenticeship plans moving forward.

Reserve your place today

This event is free to attend but places are limited, so please reserve your ticket today to avoid disappointment.

Click here to book your place!

Speakers & Panellists

Beej Kaczmarczyk – Post-16 Consultant and trainer
Viv Cruickshank – CEO, Protocol group of companies
Ian Sackree FCCA – COO, Protocol group of companies
City & Guilds – To be confirmed
Hodder – To be confirmed
Barry Knights – Skills Biz
Jamie O’Connor – Head of Implementation – Protocol Assessment Services

Plus more to be confirmed…

Who should attend?

If your organisation employs staff to deliver Apprenticeships or will need to consider this as an option following the implementation of the levy; from Tutors, Trainers, Functional Skills to Assessors and Verifiers – this event is for you.

  • Colleges
  • Training Providers
  • Large employers delivering or considering delivering their own Apprenticeships

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