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National Apprenticeship Week: Build the Future with Apprenticeships event

The Institute of Directors (IoD) in the South West is holding an online event tomorrow (Tuesday 9th February) to tie in with National Apprenticeship Week.

The event at 1pm will celebrate the positive impact apprenticeships are having on businesses and the economy throughout the South West.

Ron Lynch, university & student engagement director for IoD, will host this panel of speakers:

• Alex Richards, operations director at Western Training Provider Network

• Nicky Williams, head of skills at Business West

• Rich Northey, engineering director for First West of England

• Tina Haden-Williams, award winner 'Women in Business Apprentice of the Year'

They will be sharing insight and helping businesses in Gloucestershire and the South West navigate the apprenticeship scheme effectively for their own organisations.

The event is open to all. You don't have to be a member of the IoD to attend.

Book your place for this free event here. 

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