**FREE Networking and Apprenticeship open evening**

19th August 2012

Come join us celebrate National Apprenticeship Week with a FREE apprenticeship exhibition and networking open event and meet with other local business people.

Our experts will be on hand to discuss any training or recruitment needs and look at possible funding and grants to employ and apprentice. With over 25 years in the apprenticeship market esg. deliver a wide range of qualifications and training. Why not come along and find out the benefits of bringing an apprentice to your business, find out more about the training wage (£2.60p/h) of an apprentice, and the qualifications an apprentice will work towards. We will have our experienced team of staff that will be happy to answer any questions in an informal setting. There will also be the opportunity for you to network with other like minded local businesses in a relaxed, informal setting. FREE refreshments and give aways. For more info or to RSVP please call 0333 4443973 or email marianne.watson@esggroup.co.uk

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