SWFC Launch Activity Leadership and Customer Practitioner Apprenticeships

26th February 2018

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club are proud to be on the Register of high quality Training Providers (RoAPT).

 The first professional football club delivering apprenticeship opportunities for levy paying organisations who are looking to invest in developing their existing workforce, grow talent or recruit and train new employees. Apprenticeships benefit employers and individuals, and by boosting the skills of the workforce they help to improve economic productivity. In 2017, new apprenticeship standards were introduced to replace old frameworks created by employers for employers. These apprenticeship standards are for all ages and all levels including degree, master level qualifications. This means everyone can benefit from the new standards from the age of 16. SWFC are proud to announce that Activity Leadership Level 2 and Customer Practitioner level 2 are now launched and more detail is available via the SWFCCP website. Why Should I Choose SWFC? At SWFC we pride ourselves on quality. We aim to deliver the best in all we do through our commitment to supporting talent, education and charity work. By placing apprentices with us we will develop your workforce and help you maximise your levy spend. Our education programme delivers results above the national benchmark through our dedicated team. We put our learner's best interest at the heart of what we do. We have a significant reach into the community to recruit future talent through our existing talent pool of students. At SWFC we can deliver training in a unique environment, where individuals want and are motivated to learn. A professional and qualified team of assessors dedicated in making sure we understand your organisation's vision and values and how apprentices can help achieve your business goals. From bespoke learning content, marketing and communications to learner management, we offer a range of added value services to ensure your apprenticeship programme is successful. For further information, please contact Louise Carpenter, Partnership Account Manager 07884486049 or call SWFC Community Programme on 0114 324 0780, email: apprenticeship@swfc.co.uk or visit www.swfccp.co.uk

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