The Big Assembly is back for National Apprenticeship Week 2020!
Following the success of our Big Assembly events, we are going to be broadcasting our fourth Big Assembly during National Apprenticeship Week (#NAW2020) this February. It will be the seventh in a successful series of live, interactive digital broadcasts, with audiences of tens of thousands of students from across the UK simultaneously participating in conversations about their futures.
We’ll be broadcasting live at 10.30am on Monday 3 February and it will be made available on demand throughout National Apprenticeship Week.
The Big Assembly will last for 30 minutes and is designed with teachers and careers advisers in mind. It is an online interactive webinar, where you and your students will feel involved; you’ll be able to ask our panellists questions through our chat facility and get involved with interactive polls throughout the broadcast. What’s more is it’s all completely FREE!
The Big Assembly will be hosted by the Chair & Vice Chair of Young Apprenticeship Ambassador Network East Midlands and we will be joined by an amazing selection of young people, from a host of diversities. Our panellists are current apprentices at a variety of companies including Virgin Media, Morrisons, Bakkavor, Workpays and the BBC and will give your students advice and information about apprenticeships and careers.
We’ll be showing you and your students how inclusive apprenticeships are, with panellists from a host of different socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds to those who live with mental and physical challenges. Discover who our hosts and panellists are by clicking here.
All you will have to do is press play on the broadcast! By registering to our event by clicking here or filling out the form on the right-hand side, you will receive exclusive information and we’ll send you an email on the day with a link directly to the LIVE broadcast.
Please click here to download lesson plans for the event.
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