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    If you’re thinking about doing an apprenticeship or are just curious, this Q&A is for you. Post your question here and the experts will be on site answering them on Tuesday 6th March. This a great opportunity to find out about apprenticeships from people who really know their stuff!

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    National Apprenticeship Week runs from 5th to 9th March 2018 so be sure to check out events running near you.


    Here's some information on who'll be answering your questions:

    NAS – National Apprenticeships Service
    We are the National Apprenticeship Service and help support the delivery of apprenticeships in England. We offer free impartial advice and support to anyone thinking about an apprenticeship.

    NUS Apprentice Extra

    The Apprentice extra card has been created by the National Union of Students and offers apprentices many of the same discounts and benefits as other learners. Apprentices can save on top brands including Amazon, New Look, 16-25 Railcard and over 140 more discounts... all for only £11 for 1-year! https://www.apprenticeextra.co.uk


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    Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

    The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) is the UK's only chartered professional body dedicated to educating, developing and regulating actuaries based both in the UK and internationally.

    Actuaries use their skills to help measure the probability and risk of future events. Actuaries come from different academic backgrounds but share a love of maths even if they haven’t done a maths degree. When you train as an actuary you’ll learn how to analyse data, evaluate financial risks, and communicate this data to non-specialists.

    West Kent College

    As a leading provider of apprenticeship programmes in the South East, West Kent College are well versed in the provision of high quality training and nationally recognised qualifications. Having a wealth of knowledge to share around the delivery of qualifications across all levels within numerous industries.

    Whether you’re school leaver interested in earning while gaining a qualification in engineering, or you are looking to gain HE qualifications while working in a creative role, the experts at West Kent College will be able to answer any concerns, worries or queries you may have.
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