By Cheshire East Council - 26th March 2012 7:02am
Expert advice on exciting careers is available through an award-winning apprenticeship programme which is hitting the road this Easter.
Cheshire East Council's A-Team will be visiting local towns including Crewe and Nantwich next month as part of a series of roadshows.
And young people will get the chance to meet those whose careers have been boosted by the innovative scheme — which is being held up as a classic example of how to run an apprenticeship programme.
A number of A-Team apprentices will be on hand to share real life experiences with visitors, who might just find that an apprenticeship with Cheshire East Council is the way forward for them.
There will also be opportunities for businesses to come along and get advice on what makes a good apprenticeship scheme and how they can improve theirs.
The A-Team road shows are taking place between 10am and 2pm at the following near-by locations:
* Thursday, April 5th — Nantwich (Market Square)
* Friday, April 13th — Crewe (Market Square)
Visitors will find out about the Council's current apprenticeships in areas such as business and administration, leisure, finance, marketing, customer services, ICT and health and social care to name a few.
Anybody interested in finding out more about apprenticeship opportunities in Cheshire East should call 01270 375218 or 01270 686662, email firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively go to www.cheshireeast.gov.uk and click on jobs and careers.
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