Council shortlisted for award for its apprenticeship programme

PUBLISHED: 10:16 03 July 2017

Bexley council offices

Bexley council offices


The winner will be announced on July 4 at a ceremony at Rose Bruford College

Bexley council has been shortlisted for an award due to its apprenticeships programme within the borough.

It has been shortlisted as Employer of the Year in the London South East College Annual Awards, which will be presented at Rose Bruford College in Sidcup tomorrow, July 4.

Councillor John Fuller, cabinet member for education, said: “I am delighted that we are in the running for this award from LSEC. We are very proud of our record of creating and supporting our young people with a range of interesting apprenticeship opportunities. Apprenticeships provide a fantastic route to career development for young people keen to get into work.

“We pride ourselves on offering a huge range of courses and job opportunities both working at the council and by signposting young people to local employers and training providers.”

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