Apprentice Today Leaders Tomorrow Theatre

There are significant changes on the horizon within the health sector, including the introduction of new roles and changes to how training will be funded. Many trusts are looking at NHS apprenticeships as a way of meeting the challenges that lie ahead. Apprenticeship and traineeship programmes can be a cost-effective way to create a skilled, flexible and motivated workforce and can help employees keep pace with developments in technology and working practices within healthcare*. To find out more email melsands@step-exhibitions.com 

*Information from www.nhsemployers.org

For more information about the Zones and Theatres please email JamesLee@stepex.com or call +44(0)1892 518877

9 October

Institute for Apprenticeships - IFA

Jill Nicholls, Senior Relationship Manager)

London Apprenticeship Ambassador Network - LAAN

Grace Payne, Digital Marketing Apprentice and Co-ordinator

Neil Weller, Chair

Technical Apprenticeship Consortium - TAC

Claire Oliver, National Member and Vice Chair

Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management - IHEEM

Salford & Trafford Engineering Group Training Association - STEGTA

Ian Parker

Louise O’Toole

Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers - CIBSE

Mike Powers, Member of the CIBSE Training and Development Panel

Young Apprenticeship Ambassador Network - YAAN

Natasha Scorer, Learning & Development Admin Assistant/Young Apprentice Ambassador

TB+A

Terry Canty, Partner

Megan Whitbread, Apprentice Engineer

10 October

Women in Science and Engineering - WISE

Michelle Foster

London Apprenticeship Ambassador Network – LAAN

Grace Payne, Digital Marketing Apprentice and Co-ordinator

Technical Apprenticeship Consortium - TAC

Claire Oliver, National Member and Vice Chair

Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management - IHEEM

TB+A

Megan Whitbread, Apprentice Engineer