Apprenticeships

Career Insights – Liz Moss, Apprentice Site Manager, Morgan Sindall

It’s time for some more Careers Insights with Cambridge Ahead! This week we hear from Liz Moss, Apprentice Site Manager at Morgan Sindall. Liz tells us how a love for art and carpentry led her down a path of work experience and apprenticeship in the construction industry.    Form the Future is delighted to support …

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Form the Future leads the charge on apprenticeships

This week has seen the annual National Apprenticeship Week take its grip across our region with a campaign inspiring businesses and candidates to engage in apprenticeships and ‘build the future’. Apprenticeships allow young people to gain hands-on experience whilst earning a salary as they take the step from education into work. Employers benefit by recruiting …

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Career Insights – Lucie Gresham-Hill, Apprentice Site Manager, Morgan Sindall

It’s time for some more Careers Insights with Cambridge Ahead! This week we hear from Lucie Gresham-Hill, Apprentice Site Manager at Morgan Sindall. Lucie tells us about her experience as an Apprentice Site Manager with Morgan Sindall – from the 1000 year old castle she’s been able to work on, to how apprenticeships have changed …

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Cambridge Ahead and Form the Future launch Career Insights series

Form the Future is excited to partner with Cambridge Ahead on a new series of career videos. Over the next few months, we’ll be sharing a video from young professionals working across the Cambridge region each week, exploring their career journey and the opportunities available in our area. This week, we’ll hear from Ben Ellis, Engines and Airframes …

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Investing in skills: the start of our new programme with the GCP

Today marks the start of our new programme with the Greater Cambridge Partnership – building on the success of the last four years. Our CEO, Anne Bailey, explains what the next stage of the programme will look like. The pandemic has disrupted so many aspects of our lives, not least the way we work. Some …

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Virtual short course launched to help job seekers get ready for work

We’re excited to announce the launch of our free online short course, designed to help people get ready for work. At a time when many face job uncertainty, Form the Future’s Ready for Work course aims to support those looking to improve their work readiness skills and find the job that’s right for them. The …

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Local students peek into publishing industry to celebrate World Book Day!

Cambridge University Press celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 7 March, with 50 Year 9 and 10 students from 6 schools across Cambridgeshire for the sixth year running. Form the Future managed the event, which provides a platform for the Press to showcase the diverse range of careers within the publishing sector and to give …

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New apprenticeship service to provide routes into employment for Greater Cambridge residents

Form the Future will be working with Cambridge Regional College to manage a new apprenticeship service on behalf of the Greater Cambridge Partnership, who want to increase the number of apprenticeships to help businesses attract and develop highly skilled staff and create career opportunities for residents. The new service will act as a bridge between …

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Businesses to learn how apprenticeships can solve skills shortages

On Friday 8th February, we will be holding an information-sharing event for Cambridgeshire organisations eager to learn more about apprenticeships, and how they can benefit their business. This comes at a time when many businesses are still struggling to put processes and strategies in place to deal with the apprenticeship levy. Half of employers will …

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