GMLPF offers a range of free IAG services to help schools raise awareness of apprenticeships amongst pupils, teachers, parents, carers and governors. These sessions are:

  • available virtually, for classroom or home learning
  • free
  • impartial
  • delivered following strict safeguarding procedures
  • easy to access and follow
Who is this service for?

Schools in Halton, Liverpool, Sefton and St Helens can access these services

 
What is on offer?
  • Apprenticeship Presentations – now virtual!

Ideal for assemblies or PHSE sessions

 

  • Apprenticeship Interactive Workshops – now virtual!

Session to explore local apprenticeship vacancies and how to apply

 

  • Apprenticeship Career Surgery – now virtual!

Exploring Apprenticeships as next step after A-levels. A focussed session for up to 6 pupils in year 13, including a review of each pupil’s career aims and how an apprenticeship can help them start their professional life.

 

  • Apprenticeship presentations/interactive workshops for parents – now virtual!
    Help your pupils’ parents understand how apprenticeships work and are a valid career choice after GCSEs or A-levels

 

  • Tailored activities

We can tailor our virtual activities to meet the needs of your school and pupils

 
How do schools take up this offer?

Ring or email Jan on our school support team to discuss your school’s requirements and to book your free sessions.

 

07545 205385

[email protected]

 
Background

 GMLPF offers this service to schools free of charge through The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges programme (ASK). We are the ASK delivery partner for this region. The ASK programme is funded by the National Apprenticeship Service, part of the Department for Education. It is designed to give schools, colleges and other educational establishments across England free support to develop and transform how students think about apprenticeships.

More information on ASK