Explore apprenticeships in the British Army – how can you be both an apprentice and a soldier? (Free Webinar)

Tuesday 7 July – 2.00-3.00pm

People are not just looking for a salary from their employers, but opportunities to gain skills and qualifications; join this session to improve your knowledge of Army opportunities and how such a large organisation integrates external qualification courses into their own training and professional development. Over 13,000 soldiers are currently taking part in one of 40 apprenticeship schemes with the Army, making the Army the biggest employer provider of apprenticeships in the UK. Presented by Eleanor Brown of BASE (British Army In Education), this session will also look at the education provision of the Army Foundation College Harrogate for 16-17 year olds.

Speaker Bio

Eleanor Brown, British Army Supporting Education

British Army In Education (BASE) works to connect schools and colleges across the UK with the Army and support careers education. It coordinates school visits, work experience and most recently launched the BASE Hub with downloadable resources for teachers and careers advisors. Eleanor Brown combines her teaching and Army recruiting experience to design training and resources for Army personnel for school engagement. She is the Army Recruiting subject matter expert on Army apprenticeships and bursaries.

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