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NAW 2017: AIM’s 5 Days of Support

Abby Davies - Monday, March 06, 2017

This week it is the 10th National Apprenticeship Week! NAW brings together apprentices, employers and training providers to discuss and celebrate the successes and positive impact that apprenticeships have had across all industries throughout the UK. To celebrate the event, AIM Apprenticeships is offering you 5 days of support by sharing past blog posts and advice that students have found helpful every day this week!

Here are the 5 posts that we are going to be sharing across our social media this week!

1. The Truth About Apprenticeships… Busting 5 Of The Most Common Myths!

There are a lot of misunderstandings and myths around about apprenticeship schemes and what is involved, so we busted 5 of the most common ones to tell you how things really are!


Did you know that statistically only 10% of applicants on average make it through to the interview stage? But don’t let that scare you. If you’ve been invited for an interview you have got something that the employer values, so make sure you prepare by reading this post!

3. Apprenticeship Assessment Centres, What To Expect…

Assessment centres is a common recruitment tool that employers use to select certain criteria from their candidate pool in order to meet the employee requirements of their organisation. Check out these top tips.

4. What To Wear To An Apprenticeships Interview

Stuck on what to wear for your interview? Read this post!

5. Finding The Best Deal…

Top things that you could look at when searching for your perfect apprenticeship role.

If you want to see events that are happening during NAW near you, check out this website and follow us on Twitter and Instagram to see what we get up to!

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