There's never been a better time for young people to consider an apprenticeship. Currently over 37,000 people are working as an apprentice across Scotland in a variety of different sectors.

As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2019, DYW North East invite parents and carers to Scotland's Biggest Parents' Evening to highlight the value that apprenticeships and work-based learning can bring to individuals.

What is an apprenticeship?

By combining working and learning, an apprenticeship means your child gets the skills, experience and qualifications that help develop their career.

Foundation Apprenticeships - a taste of an apprenticeship while still at school

Modern Apprenticeships - get a job, get paid, get qualified

Graduate Apprenticeships - a new way to work, learn and earn and get a degree

Discover more at the free event which takes place at Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce on March 6, from 5.30 - 8pm. Secure your place, here: http://bit.ly/2DiaQep


Additional information:

Scottish Apprenticeships - A guide for parents

Scottish Apprenticeships - A guide for employers

SCQF - Guide for parents and carers

Scottish National Qualifications - old vs new