Free Employer Degree Apprenticeship Webinars at Manchester Metropolitan University

15th January 2021, 2:30 pm

At Manchester Metropolitan University, we are very pleased to be celebrating National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) next month on the 8th – 14th February. The theme for this year is ‘Build the Future’ focusing on how employers train, retain and achieve with apprenticeships. We’ll be sharing the success stories of some of our apprentices and employer partners and hosting events including a Degree Apprenticeship Open Evening and a series of Employer Webinars.

Our employer webinars will cover specific programmes we offer and provide employers with an overview of how degree apprenticeships work, the funding available, plus why they would benefit from committing their time and resources to exploring the degree apprenticeship route. There are dedicated webinars exploring our Nursing, Leadership and Management, Laboratory Scientist, Health and Social Care and Digital Apprenticeship programmes.

Full details for our free employer webinars are as follows:

Nursing PgDip Apprenticeships Webinar
Date: Wednesday 3rd February
Time 2-3 pm
Registration link: click here

Our Nursing Apprenticeship programmes include:

Leadership and Management Degree Apprenticeship Webinar
Date: Monday 8th February
Time 1-2 pm
Registration link: click here

Our Leadership & Management apprenticeship programmes include:

 Laboratory Scientist Degree Apprenticeship Webinar
Date: Tuesday 9th February
Time: 1-2 pm
Registration link: click here
Our Laboratory Science programme includes:

Health and Social Care Degree Apprenticeship Webinar
Date: Wednesday 10th February
Time: 1-2 pm
Registration link: click here
Our Healthcare apprenticeship programmes include:

Digital Degree Apprenticeship Webinar
Date: Thursday 11th February
Time: 1-2 pm
Registration link: click here
Our Digital apprenticeship programmes include:

For further details about the degree apprenticeships we offer, please visit

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