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Torbay Breakfast Bytes - 9th February

National Apprenticeship Week Special Register now to hear TBF Chair Steve Reynolds and Jim Parker from Torbay Weekly discuss topical business and community issues with our invited guests:
  • Sharron Robbie MBE – Director, DCTPN – National updates on Apprenticeship and opportunities
  • Alison Thompson, Head of L&D, Princess Yachts – Apprenticeship journey
  • Victoria Gage, Careers Hub Manager, HoTSWLEP – Young people need you!
  • Emily Tucker, Head of Apprenticeships and Employer Engagement, SDC – We are here to support your business
  • Jim Parker, Torbay Weekly, Archant’s Apprenticeship experience
With big thanks to event headline sponsors, South Devon College and Andrew Price & Co., and to our Producer, Emily Tucker from South Devon College.

Any questions?
Please send in your questions in advance to angela@imsmarketing.co.uk.

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Torbay Business and Chambers Network

The next open meeting of the TCBN will take place on Tuesday 16th February from 4-5pm. This is a live panel event with representatives from the three Torbay Chambers and the Torbay Business Forum.

This meeting is open to all. It features discussion of local business topics, plus breakout rooms so you can contribute and network with other members online.

This is a Zoom Meeting, a video conferencing meeting that’s hosted using Zoom. You can join these meetings via a webcam or phone. If this is your first use of Zoom, you may need to download the Zoom client or app.

To register: https://bit.ly/3pzlcxi

Thanks to our event sponsor


Apprenticeships: Opportunities for Businesses

Apprenticeships are an excellent way of re-invigorating your workforce and improving your bottom line. They can provide you with enthusiastic employees with the skills to have a lasting and positive impact on your business.

Apprentices don’t have to be new employees either; existing employees can begin an apprenticeship, which will enable them to receive advanced technical training and gain a formal qualification whilst still contributing to your business.

Companies that employ apprentices see an increase in retention and loyalty, which means that apprenticeships can form the cornerstone of your recruitment policy. Apprentices can be valuable to businesses of any size, whether you are a sole trader, a small to medium enterprise or a multinational organisation.

At South Devon College, our Apprenticeship Team can help you with funding, grants and provide a free recruitment service in order to match you with a suitable apprentice.

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