Sky Finance & Technology Apprenticeship Open Day
Date: Fri 24 February 2017
Time: 14:30 – 17:30
We’d like to invite you to a Sky Apprenticeship open day at Sky. This is your opportunity to find out about all the cool things we do at Sky in our Technology and Finance departments. You don’t have to know what you want to do when you leave school, all we’re looking for is enthusiasm and a willingness to learn. Why not come along with your friends to find out more, you may not have thought about a career in Technology or Finance, let us open your eyes to all the cool things we do here!
What to expect:
- Introduction to Sky.
- Two Taster Activities (One with the Technology Team/ One with the Finance team)-You’ll get to experiment with some of the cool things we do at Sky and to also hear from existing.
- Apprentices and Apprentice managers.
- Tour of the Sky Campus.
Who: We’re looking for 16-24 year olds who are keen to find out about Technology and Finance. No previous experience in needed.
Any questions please email email@example.com
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This Framework will be fully reviewed within six months.
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More information about the industry can be found on the SkillsActive website.
Updated in October 2015 to add a reaccredited SVQ
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People 1st is the sector skills council for hospitality, passenger transport* and travel and tourism in the UK.
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Update, August 2015
The IMI qualifications were extended to 30/06/2017. The EDI/Person qualifictaions were withdrawn when they lapsed on 31st July 2015.
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