London Work Based Learning Alliance (LWBLA) are being funded by the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) to establish a network which offers independent, Quality Assured free information through the ongoing development of an Apprenticeship Information Ambassador Network (AIAN) made up of existing Apprenticeship Training Providers, who represent NAS at individual sessions / events across London.
The Apprenticeship Information Ambassador Network train Apprenticeship providers who meet the approval criteria as Apprenticeship Information Ambassadors to deliver Quality Assured Information on Apprenticeships.
This is delivered in a range of settings including schools, 6th Forms, Pupil Referral Units, Job Fares, Job Centre Plus, youth clubs, and various other relevant stakeholders.
The main aims are:
Please contact Nicola at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information.
Visit the new Apprenticeship Information Ambassador Website: apprentices.london
Some of our AIAN Providers received their certificates and badges at the LWBLA AGM on the 5th of December, Andrew Jones MP, Apprenticeship Ambassador in Parliament, and Vic Grimes from the Apprenticeship Division of the National Apprenticeship Service.
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Some of our AIAN Providers received their certificates and badges at the London Apprenticeship Summit at City Hall, from Jon Thorn, National Apprenticeship Service, and Gordon Birtwistle, MP, Government Apprenticeship Ambassador on the 25th June 2013.
To register you interest in becoming an Ambassador, please complete the Ambassador Application form available on this website – Download Form