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Developing your workforce
31 May 2022, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Find out how the fully funded Graduate Apprenticeship Programme can help you to develop the skills of you and/or your workforce (of all ages), at no additional cost to your business.
Wayne Paul, Engagement Manager, University of Dundee
Fiona McMillan, Business Engagement Officer, University of Stirling
Also hear from a employer and apprentice (tbc)
Join us to find out how the fully funded Graduate Apprenticeship Programme can help you to develop the knowledge, skills, and experience of your workforce, whilst helping your business grow.
With fully funded honours degree courses available to current and new employees (of all ages) in Business Management, IT Management for Business, IT Software Development, Data Science, Civil Engineering, and Engineering, Design and Manufacturing, we can help you develop employees from across your business.
At the event, you will hear from the University of Dundee’s Engagement Manager Wayne Paul, and the University of Stirling’s Business Engagement Manager Fiona McMillan, where you will find out everything you need to know about the Graduate Apprenticeship Programme and how it can help you to develop your talent, boost your performance, and grow your business.
You will also hear from an apprentice and employer, so you can find out about their experience first-hand and the benefits the programme can bring to your business.
How does it work?
The fully funded Graduate Apprenticeship Programme gives you the opportunity to develop current or new members of your workforce (of all ages) to honours degree level at no additional cost to your business.
There are fully funded and easily accessible places available on six different courses:
Business Management (University of Dundee)
IT Management for Business (University of Dundee)
IT Software Development (University of Dundee)
Data Science (University of Stirling)
Civil Engineering (University of Dundee)
Engineering, Design and Manufacturing (University of Dundee)
Graduate Apprentices spend one day a week studying at the University and the remaining four days of the week working in their role. At the end of four years they will leave with a full honours degree.
The application process is simple and easy and there is no mountain of paperwork to complete.