Why Alan Sugar is the only person who should give Apprentices a chance
New talent and fresh skills at every level is something that employers of every size have told us that they are desperate for. ADLIB has teamed up with CreativeSkillset to demonstrate one way in which you can help ease the pain for your organisation. Companies like Proctor & Stevenson, Bray Leino, Mulberry, TwoFour and London names like AMV and Ogilivy have already benefited. You can too.
Apprenticeships in 2013 in the Creative and Marketing industry are probably not what you think and have been proven to be directly relevant to creative and marketing business across the UK. And, at the end of the process, you’ll have a well-qualified (year 1 Degree level) and motivated person(s) ready to work for you, if you want them.
We’d like to invite you to our Breakfast session at St Nicholas House, Bristol to find out more about this hassle free and cost effective route to attracting and retaining bright new talent.
• Open up new sources of talent for you
• Save time in the recruitment process
• Retain your new hires and reduce staff turnover
• Increase productivity
And the government even helps you pay for it. Sounds almost too good to be true, doesn’t it, but it is true.
Come on 12th March, arriving between 8.15am – 8.30am and find out more (we’ll throw in some breakfast refreshment as well, don’t worry). The session will be interactive and feature real case studies and will be complete by 9.45am though you are welcome to stay longer to talk further. The event is entirely free of charge to you, thanks to Creative Skillset and ADLIB’s sponsorship.
Date – 12th March 2013
Time – Arrival 8.15, finish 9.45am
Location – St Nicholas House, 31-34 High Street, Bristol BS1 2AW
To book a place, go to http://adlibapprentice2013.eventbrite.com
If you can’t attend this event check out the following link for more information www.creativeskillset.org/iwantapprentices