School for Young ProfessionalsPosted: 28th of May 2015 by
Free CV and Interview skills course
This FREE 3-day course is designed to give you a taste of the latest Professional Apprenticeships and prepare you with the CV & interview skills vital to securing your apprenticeship role.
Are you currently in Year 11, 12 or 13? Bright? Ambitious? Looking at careers such as Accountancy, Financial Services, Marketing, Business or Law? The School for Young Professionals is a great way to get your professional career off to the best possible start and learn invaluable skills to help you find the apprenticeship you want.
Secure you place - register before 30th June 2015 www.BPP.com/appschool
Areas you will cover:
- A taster of the apprenticeships BPP has to offer
- Create your professional CV
- Mock interviews with top employers and expert advice
- Gain an insight into your working style
- A certificate to add to your National Record of Achievement
How to apply?
The School for Young Professionals take places in locations such as Birmingham, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Reading, Bristol, Southampton, Liverpool, Leeds, Nottingham and Newcastle. Simply search and register for an event closest to you –please ensure you have registered by the 30th June.
Why chose a BPP Professional Apprenticeship?
BPP Professional Apprenticeships are aligned to recognised professional qualifications and institutions. They offer a clear pathway from one qualification to the next up (such as to chartered status), enabling apprentices to follow career paths that typically have previously only been accessible to university graduates. Not only do they provide a true alternative route into these professions, they provide a real job, a real wage, real experience and opportunity to progress.
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