Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021
We’re supporting Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021 to demonstrate the value apprenticeships bring to individuals, employers and construction.
Co-ordinated by Skills Development Scotland, this year’s theme is Business Backing Talent, aiming to demonstrate how businesses benefit when they back talent through apprenticeships.
Events, get involved during the week
Scottish Apprenticeship Awards 2021
Skills Development Scotland's virtual awards ceremony on Thursday 4 March 2021, from 7.00pm-8.00pm.
A Conversation with Employers Virtual Event
Developing the Young Workforce are hosting a national online event aimed at employers. Tuesday 2nd March 2021, 11am - 12pm.
Business Backing Talent in Construction and Infrastructure with GCU
GCU's online webinar on their Graduate Apprentices from the built environment. Fri, 5 March 2021, 12pm-1pm.
Inspiration, shaping future apprentices
Be Covid Smart: Covid-training for apprentices
A case study on CSIC's online Covid-safety training aimed at keeping apprentices safe.
Becoming a Future Leader in the Built Environment
A spotlight on becoming a future leader from Mila Duncheva, chair of CSIC's Future Leaders' Forum.
An Inclusive Future
A spotlight on inclusivity in construction from Emily Carr, vice-chair of the Future Leaders' Forum.
New Offsite Apprentice Training Centre
Work is underway on a £4.3 Million Modern Methods of Construction Centre for apprentices and our future workforce.
Build Your Future
An initiative made to inspire future generations to join the built environment.
Scottish company with 176 apprentices
A case study on a Scottish company that employs 176 apprentices through its apprenticeship scheme.
Support, get help taking on apprentices
Apprenticeship Employer Grant
The Apprentice Employer Grant (AEG) is available to help you to recruit new Modern or Graduate Apprentices within your business or upskilling existing employees.
Adopt an Apprentice
Take on a Modern or Graduate Apprentice on the same apprenticeship to complete their training and get £5,000 to help cover wage and recruitment costs.