By: Skills CFA
It's recruitment apprenticeship week!!
Instructus Skills (Skills CFA) and its range of supporters are taking the time this week, to promote recruitment apprenticeships to employers and learners. This week we will be engaging in LinkedIn conversations and tweeting the latest news, useful links and information, about how great recruitment apprenticeships are.
To join in the fun, use #recruitmentapprenticeships
Aspiring recruitment professionals are able to undertake an intermediate, advanced or higher apprenticeship in Recruitment:
Graduation Ceremony for Advanced and Higher Apprentices
By: Skills CFA
The event will be held on 19th November 2014 in Central Hall, Westminster, which in itself is Central London's largest Conference & Events Centre and has just been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2014 M&IT Industry Awards 2014.
Skills CFA, in association with The Association of Colleges, the National Apprenticeship Service, The Association of Employment and Learning Providers and the Federation for Industry Skills and Standards will celebrate the success of advanced and higher apprenticeship achievements in business related skills.
The event also aims to raise the profile of the apprenticeship route in comparison to academic pathways. More than this, the event will look to engage with unengaged employers and apprentices as well as celebrate with providers and employers engaged with exiting apprentices.
Finally, the event will culminate in the announcement of our four awards, Business Advanced and Business Higher Apprentice of the Year, Business Apprenticeship Employer of the Year, and Business Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year.
For more information please visit:
- Business Advanced Apprentice of the Year
- Business Higher Apprentice of the Year
- Business Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year
- Business Apprenticeship Employer of the Year
More information about bookings for the event will be posted on our site soon.
Translating Study into Jobs
The latest CBI/Pearson Education and Skills survey notes that limited knowledge of languages and cultural awareness is acting as a ‘tax on UK trade’. Skills CFA is leading on a new project working in partnership with universities in Barcelona, Mainz/Gemersheim, Krakow and Salford where employers gain highly motivated students who are keen to learn and bring fresh, creative ideas. With real clients, a brief, deadlines and high standards to be met, all sorts of skills come into play.
The European Graduate Placement Scheme (EGPS) is a new scheme which offers crucial international work placements to translation students. It has been phenomenally successful, with two thirds of translation students being offered a job in the company in which they did their placement. Now the European Graduate Placement Scheme, funded by EU Lifelong Learning Programme, is building on that success by providing and accrediting work placements abroad as part of MA Translation Studied programme. Turn to page 20 of the Linguist Magazine to read more
Matching skills and competences, occupations and qualifications across europe: introducing esco
Over the past two years, Skills CFA was part of a group of European skills advisors working on the development of a multilingual classification system to define European Skills and Competences, Qualifications and Occupations. ESCO – European Skills, Competences, Occupations & Qualifications - identifies and categorises skills and competences, qualifications and occupations in 22 European languages. It provides occupational profiles showing which competences and qualifications are relevant for an occupation. ESCO is developed in an open IT format that can be used by third parties' software. It can be accessed through the ESCO portal and is available free of charge to everyone.