About the Conference
High Fliers Research is delighted to be hosting its third annual recruitment conference on Higher & Degree Apprenticeships.
This special one-day event is bringing together over 70 employers from across the UK to hear the very latest news & research on higher & degree apprenticeships recruitment, discuss the challenges of recruiting Sixth Form school-leavers for apprenticeships, and debate the future agenda for higher & degree apprenticeships.
The conference is taking place at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, from 9.30am to 4.30pm on Tuesday 3rd December and will be chaired by Martin Birchall, Managing Director of High Fliers Research.
Highlights from the conference programme include:
- guest speakers from Universities UK, the Learning & Work Institute and IBM , explaining the latest policies and strategies for higher & degree apprenticeships
- in-depth analysis of the higher & degree apprentices recruited by employers in 2019, the growing number of apprenticeship standards at Level 4 and above, the impact of the apprenticeship levy, and the outlook for higher & degree apprenticeships in 2020
- a special conference-wide debate on 'How important is the degree in degree apprenticeships?'
- senior apprenticeship managers from Dyson, Goldman Sachs, KPMG and L'Oréal sharing their experiences of recruiting sixth form school-leavers for higher & degree apprenticeship programmes
- first-hand accounts from recently-recruited higher & degree apprentices at Addleshaw Goddard, Jaguar Land Rover, Pearson and Vodafone
- a showcase of how the UK's top universities are partnering with employers to develop new models for delivering higher & degree apprenticeships
- expert advice from the Heads of Careers at Bedford School and Coopers School in Kent on the best way to publicise and promote apprenticeship programmes to Sixth Form students
The delegate rate for the conference is £345+VAT, which includes a buffet lunch and copies of the all the apprenticeship research and
information presented during the day.