Skills development on pre-apprenticeship programmes

Wednesday 11 November 2020 | 12.00 – 1.00pm

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Learning and Work Institute are working with the support of JP Morgan to identify and share effective practice in the design and delivery of pre-apprenticeship programmes.

Career adaptability and skills development have never been so important in the context of the changing world of work. This webinar will focus on how providers can support young people to develop key digital, transversal and ‘learn to learn’ skills as part of pre-apprenticeship programmes. The session will include input from a provider in London to give insight into delivering online support for young people during the coronavirus pandemic.

This event will be delivered during the EU Vocational Skills Week and is the first of our webinar series to launch our new pre-apprenticeship resources.

Join us and JP Morgan to explore how you can build skills development into your programmes, and to share your own experiences.

The agenda will cover

  • Welcome and overview of the project
  • Skills development on pre-apprenticeship programmes
  • Online delivery during the coronavirus pandemic
  • Upcoming project activity and events


  • Emma Allix, Catch22, Programme Manager for Bright Light, a pre-apprenticeship for care leavers in London
  • Nicola Aylward, Head of Learning for young people, Learning and Work Institute
  • Seana Friel, Researcher, Learning and Work Institute