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Inspiring virtual apprenticeship event at BMet

Aspiring apprentices wanting to find out more about rewarding careers across a range of industries and sectors – have the chance to do so with BMet.

The student and employer focused college will be holding a special virtual event on Thursday 30 April.

The event is now closed but we will look to host another event soon.  Watch this space!  You can click on Start this Experience to view all questions and answers.

Taking part is easy, all people need to do to is visit the www.bmet.ac.uk at 11am on the 30th and there will be a clear icon to click to join the event.

The live event will allow budding apprentices to find out more about apprenticeships across a variety of different career paths – all delivered by James Watt, Matthew Boulton and Sutton Coldfield colleges.

The interactive session will provide participants with a range of invaluable information that will be relevant to their desired job or career.

The BMet apprenticeship team will be on hand to answer a range of questions including:

  • General apprenticeship queries – e.g. apprenticeships versus traditional study routes
  • Why are apprenticeships a good choice?
  • Sector specific questions
  • CV and interview related questions
  • What’s life is like at work and at college as an apprentice
  • How far you can go? We can share success stories with you!

Suzie Branch-Haddow, Business Development Director, at BMet said: “During these uncertain times, we want to reassure prospective apprentices that we are still here to help them get the qualifications that they need to progress and secure their future.

“We have a good track record in high student achievement with our apprenticeships and many of our students have been able to carve out fantastic careers for themselves with leading local and national employers.”

To find out about apprenticeships at BMet, click here

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