Whether you are an employer paying into the levy or a SME with access to apprenticeship funding you need to understand how your organisation can benefit from these new changes.
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, the only end-point assessment body dedicated to the new digital IT standards, will be hosting its second apprenticeship evening on 8 February 2017, County Hall, London.
Featuring speakers such as Kate Russell, BBC Click presenter and columnist, Sir Vince Cable, Mike Cherry - Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), Paul Eeles - Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB), and a BCS government levy expert.
Join in the lively panelled discussion covering the key challenges faced by businesses of all sizes, i.e. the government levy and funding.
This evening promises to be motivating, energetic and informative. With organisations such as Skills Funding Agency (SFA), Allianz, HP, BT, Ministry of Justice, Amazon Web Services, Nationwide, Wellcome Trust, BAE, Bechtel joining us, don't miss your opportunity to network with government, employers, training providers, educators and those already part of the digital IT apprenticeship community.
You will come away with a better understanding on the reality of the delivery of apprenticeships and what this means to your organisation. Continue your conversation and gain advice from the experts during the wine and canape networking session with the wider apprenticeship community who will be showcasing their expertise.