This practical one-day seminar looks at how the travel industry can invest in apprenticeships to future-proof workforces in companies, big or small.
With levy payments now well underway and apprenticeships funding available for all companies including SMEs, now is the perfect time for travel companies to establish, grow or develop their apprenticeship programmes.
Attend this event to get to grips with the practicalities of delivering apprenticeships including understanding funding, choosing a training provider, meeting the 20% off-the-job training requirement and attracting and retaining the best talent.
Hear about how to invest in upskilling your current staff with the development of higher, degree and leadership schemes and take the opportunity to hear from existing and past apprentices themselves about the benefits and challenges of apprentice programmes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear, and get answers, from the Skills Funding Agency, a range of training providers and large and small travel companies. With end point assessors now appointed also hear about how to engage with them and how to monitor your apprentice’s progress to ensure they are ready for assessment.
This event is relevant to all those working in travel, tourism and aviation who have responsibility for apprenticeships, including:
ABTA Member/ABTA Partner* rate – £229 plus VAT
Non-Member rate – £349 plus VAT
Group booking discounts
Book three places and get 50% off the third place.
Book five places and get the fifth place free.
(This discount will be automatically applied when you book online).
*To qualify for the ABTA Member/Partner discount you must have a current ABTA Member/Partner number or your application must be in progress when the event takes place.
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Damar Training is a leading apprenticeship provider, currently working with over 1,500 apprentices at 350+ employers. In most cases, our apprentices are working in office or customer-facing environments. In addition to the travel consultant apprenticeship, we offer apprenticeships in areas including customer service, administration, management, law and accountancy. Our objective is simple - to help our partner employers become more successful by improving the skills and productivity of their people. Damar is proud to have been involved with the travel consultant apprenticeship from the outset and has been delivering it since its 2016 launch.
Celebrating four years as an independent business in 2017, TTG Media is the most trusted and authoritative travel trade media company in the UK & Ireland, continuing to build on an innovative portfolio of events, website ttgmedia.com and magazines including TTG, ttgluxury and Routes News.
Highlights in 2017 include the second TTG Top 50 Travel Agencies programme, which culminated in a ceremony in Birmingham in March, the first ever TTG Travel Pride event, following the TTG LGBT conference in London on July 3rd, and the growing series of events in luxury travel, including the new Luxury Travel Week. The Lyceum Theatre in London’s West End once again became the setting for the TTG Travel Awards in September. The company has forged a strong reputation for helping to develop the best young people in the travel industry through its 30 Under 30 scheme, now entering its sixth year, its mentoring scheme and its TTG Tomorrow’s Travel Leaders conference – which this year took place at World Travel Market London for the first time.
ttgmedia.com continues to be the home for many of the breaking news stories of the travel industry, while the business remains underpinned by the weekly TTG, 64 years after the publication of the first edition of the Travel Trade Gazette
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