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College visit to give firms details on apprenticeships

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Business leaders will be finding out how employing apprentices could help them in their companies when they go on a fact-finding visit to Milton Keynes College in February.

MK College principal and chief executve Dr Julie Mills will give an overview of apprenticeship schemes to members of the newly re-envigorated Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Institute of Directors (IoD).

The event from 6pm-8pm on February 13, will be hosted by MK College at its Woughton Campus, in Leadenhall, and will be followed by a tour of the new Innovation & Technology Centre, refurbished at a cost of £6.3 million.

MK College works with around 600 employers through a combination of apprenticeships, professional qualifications and commercial training.

More than 1,000 staff work for the College, making it one of the largest employers in Milton Keynes.

For more information contact IoD administrator Terri Stubbings by email admin.buckinghamshire@iod.net or phone 01494 718 699

 

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