The Association of Apprentices Reveals Schedule for National Apprenticeship Week 2024


National Apprenticeship Week 2024: Association of Apprentices Event Schedule Announcement

National Apprenticeship Week is a time to celebrate the impact of apprenticeships on individuals, businesses, and the economy. As we gear up for National Apprenticeship Week 2024, the Association of Apprentices is thrilled to announce the event schedule that promises to be engaging, informative, and inspiring.

What is National Apprenticeship Week?
National Apprenticeship Week is a nationwide celebration that brings together apprentices with business leaders, career seekers, educators, and other stakeholders to showcase the benefits of apprenticeship programmes. It provides an opportunity to recognise the contributions of apprentices in various industries and to encourage more individuals to consider apprenticeships as a pathway to rewarding careers.

The Association of Apprentices is dedicated to supporting and empowering apprentices across the UK. Through advocacy, networking, and resource-sharing, the Association aims to elevate the status of apprenticeships and ensure that apprentices have access to the tools and support they need to succeed.

Event Schedule for National Apprenticeship Week 2024
The Association of Apprentices has curated an exciting line-up of events for National Apprenticeship Week 2024. These events are designed to offer valuable insights, foster connections, and celebrate the achievements of apprentices. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store:

The Association of Apprentices NAW2024 Schedule

Get Involved

National Apprenticeship Week 2024 is a fantastic opportunity to engage with the apprenticeship community, gain valuable knowledge, and contribute to the celebration of apprenticeship success stories. Whether you are an apprentice, an employer, a provider, an EPAO, or a supporter of apprenticeships, there are numerous ways to get involved:

Attend Events: Mark your calendar and participate in the events hosted by the Association of Apprentices during National Apprenticeship Week 2024. For the first time, we are opening our highly-rated Masterclasses to non-members. Click below to register on LinkedIn:

Spread the Word: Share the event schedule with your networks and encourage others to join in celebrating the impact of apprenticeships.

Become a partner: Showcase your commitment to the apprentice experience by joining our growing community of partners. Emai David  on to find out more.

Share Your Story: If you have a compelling apprenticeship success story to share, consider reaching out to the Association of Apprentices to inspire others with your journey on

Stay tuned for more updates and detailed event information as National Apprenticeship Week 2024 approaches. Let’s unite to celebrate the power of apprenticeships and improve the apprentice experience.

Jan Richardson-Wilde

CEO, Occupational Awards Limited

Jan is the CEO of Occupational Awards Limited, a Director of the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink and an FE College Governor. She has over 35 years’ experience in the education sector in strategic and operational management of training programmes with colleges, private training providers, local authorities the voluntary sector and not for profit organisations. Jan has previously been a board member of the Learning and Skills Council, chair of the North Yorkshire Training Provider network and Vice-Chair of Yorkshire Coast College and a Governor of the Grimsby Institute for Further and Higher Education. She has extensive experience of education policy, apprenticeships, qualification, and curriculum development as well as business improvement.

Jan joined OAL in 2019, a leading non-profit industry-focused Awarding and End-Point Assessment Organisation, supporting a wide range of employers and of key stakeholders to succeed and surpass expectations. Jan is committed to continuous improvement and enthusiastic about improving the effectiveness, impact and quality of apprenticeships, education, and training in the UK and internationally. She has a wide range of experience of working in a collaborative context with employers and training providers to develop End Point Assessment, apprenticeships, and a wide range of vocational programmes.

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