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Borough council apprentices celebrated at King’s Lynn Town Hall

Apprentices being celebrated in King's Lynn Town Hall with the Chief Executive, Mayor and Leader of the borough council

Published: Thursday, 15th February 2024

National Apprenticeship Week finished last week with recognition from the Mayor and Leader at King’s Lynn Town Hall.

The event was aimed at celebrating the borough councils current and past apprentices. Cllr Terry Parish, Leader of the borough council, said at the ceremony:

“Our Apprentices play a vital role in the organisation, as do their managers who support them along their Apprenticeship journey.

“110 people have taken Apprenticeships since we started the current scheme. We have 35 Apprentices at the moment. Not only do you, our Apprentices, benefit from learning new skills while on the job, we too benefit from the knowledge and enthusiasm that you bring into the organisation.”

The theme of the 17th annual National Apprenticeship Week was ‘Skills for Life’, reflecting how apprenticeships can help individuals to develop the skills and knowledge required for a rewarding career and help businesses to develop a talented workforce that is equipped with skills for the future.

This was part of the campaign that has been run by the East of England Local Government Association since 2017.

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