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Adviza delivers The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges programme (ASK) in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

The three-year programme, which is managed by CXK in the South Region and funded by the National Apprenticeship Service, is designed to give schools, colleges and other educational establishments across England free support to develop and transform how their students think about apprenticeships.

ASK aims to assist schools with their statutory duty to provide impartial careers advice and guidance to young people by providing them with a bespoke package of comprehensive information about apprenticeships.

Schools can access a variety of support including:

  • Student awareness sessions
  • CPD for teachers
  • Parents events

Services have been extended to include students in KS3, to help spark an interest in the apprenticeship pathways and give them more time to consider the wide variety of apprenticeship options available to them:

  • Raising awareness of the different entry levels, progression opportunities and wide range of sectors available through the apprenticeship route.
  • Raising awareness of higher and degree apprenticeship options as an alternative to full time university.

The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) supports the Department for Education (DfE) to achieve its apprenticeship priorities. Amazing Apprenticeships helps to coordinate and facilitate that support – last year they helped over 208,000 students across 2000+ establishments get the support they needed. Schools and colleges interested in applying for free apprenticeship support for students can visit:

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