Business Breakfast Forum
Wednesday 20 September 2017 from 8am to 10am at the University of Winchester
I would like to invite you to this exclusive event to find out more about degree apprenticeships at The University of Winchester Business School – and, in particular, how our new Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship programme could support your business to develop higher-level managerial skills in your workforce.
This is a unique opportunity to get expert advice on how to spend your Apprenticeship Levy on accredited apprenticeship programmes, such as those at Winchester, and for SMEs to find out how to access government funding towards the cost of training an apprentice.
David Way CBE, former CEO of the National Apprenticeship Service and Visiting Professor at the University, will lead a panel session with representatives from the University of Winchester Business School, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and managers from businesses already engaged in degree apprenticeships delivered by the University. A Q&A session and a chance to network informally will follow.
The University of Winchester is one of the first higher education institutions in the UK to be accredited by the CMI as an approved centre to offer this programme, starting from September 2017. The University of Winchester Business School has an enviable reputation in the teaching of business programmes and is a member of the United Nation’s Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative.
This event – hosted by Professor Pru Marriott, Dean of the Faculty of Business, Law and Sport in partnership with the Chartered Management Institute – marks the launch of the Business School as a Chartered Management Institute Higher Education Partner.
If you, or a representative, would like to attend the Business Breakfast Forum, please RSVP to:
Venue: Winchester Business School, West Downs, Winchester SO22 5FT. Map and directions at this link.
We hope you will be able to join us and look forward to seeing you there.
Director for Employer Partnerships
University of Winchester