The NatWest Business Bus will be in Northamptonshire this week, giving students advice on apprenticeships after GCSEs and starting a career in entrepreneurship.
The bank’s Mobile Business School will be at Tresham College’s Corby campus on Wednesday (May 13) and its Kettering campus on Thursday (May 14).
The hop-on, hop-off service will be available from 10am to 4pm on both days.
It will be manned by college governor Andy Ellis, who will speak to students and young people with impartial advice on business and entrepreneurship, and give them opportunities to speak to the college’s apprenticeship team.
Tresham is also holding specific apprenticeship workshops from today (May 11) to Friday (May 15) in conjuction with the NatWest Business Bus, where Evolve Business Training – the college’s employer responsive training programme – will give advice on how to apply for apprenticeships and introduce the range of current employers with vacancies to fill.
MD and deputy principal at Tresham Rachel Kay said: “We’re really excited about the forthcoming careers and apprenticeship events, running in conjunction with the NatWest Mobile Business School.
“To get on board with a nationally recognised and prestigious business name like NatWest, is also great news for Evolve as it helps to cement our position as the leading professional training provider in Northamptonshire.”
For information about the college’s careers and apprenticeships services, visit www.tresham.ac.uk, or call 0845 658 89 90