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Apprenticeships for high achievers

Apprenticeships for high achievers

Posted: 11th of April 2017 by Nerys Montana

A Babington apprenticeship is designed to give you a head start in your career. Rather than racking up debt at uni, you could earn up to £17,000 a year, while getting your foot in the door with a top employer. If you’re ready to begin earning and learning straight away, then an apprenticeship could be the answer. You’ll develop real-life, hands-on skills, and benefit from fast career progression.

What's Your Superpower?

What's Your Superpower?

Posted: 27th of February 2017 by Nerys Montana

With National Apprenticeship Week just around the corner, Babington Group are on a mission to help people find their superpower with their #ApprenticeshipHeroes campaign.

How to Kick Start a Career in Social Media

How to Kick Start a Career in Social Media

Posted: 25th of October 2016 by Anonymous

A social media career sounds perfect if you’re a procrastinator – what’s better then browsing Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram all day? However, a lot more goes into a social media and online marketing than you may think, and you will need to demonstrate a variety of skills to impress employers. Millions of businesses realise that their target audiences can all be found online, and those who aren’t on social media are missing out on a massive chunk on potential business. That means that there is a growing need for businesses to take on individuals with a natural understanding of technology. But what do these roles involve, and what skills do you need?

What Parents Need to Know About Apprenticeships

What Parents Need to Know About Apprenticeships

Posted: 2nd of August 2016 by Anonymous

Young adults will no doubt be turning to parents for advice when they get their GCSE and A level results through, but with a constantly evolving job market, giving career advice as a parent is becoming increasingly difficult. A survey from the National Apprenticeship Service found that 87% of parents give career advice to their children, but as much as 90% don’t feel equipped to give it in the first place.

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