ISE Apprentice & School Leaver Special Interest Forum
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ISE Apprentice & School Leaver Special Interest Forum

Within this 3-hour session we will be covering some of the hottest issues in the student recruitment industry with insight into the latest trends in Apprentice & School Leaver recruitment. This event will allow you to network amongst your peers and gain further insight into the challenges they are currently facing and how to overcome them.

26/09/2017
When: Tuesday 26 September 2017
14:00-17:00
Where: One Moorgate Place, Chartered Accountants' Hall
Great Hall
London EC2R 6EA
United Kingdom
Contact: Anna Szyperska
020 7033 2462


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Within this 3-hour session we will be covering some of the hottest issues in the student recruitment industry with insight into the latest trends in Apprentice & School Leaver recruitment. This event will allow you to network amongst your peers and gain further insight into the challenges they are currently facing and how to overcome them.

Sessions overview:

'(Gen)erating interest in your employer brand(Z)'
Steve Keith, Employer Brand and Attraction Manager, EY
2017 sees the first batch of Gen Z leave school to start their careers or commence study at university. Steve Keith will share his top attraction tips for your early talent strategies.

 

'Where are we and where are we going? The next generation of Apprentice Programmes'
Rebecca Plant, Head of Apprentice Solutions, QA

Rebecca will be talking about what has happened in the market to date and the current trends. Rebecca will then move in to talk about the hot trends QA is seeing with clients and how clients are using new Master’s Degree Apprenticeships with their graduate population. 


'Research Update'
Samuel Gordon, Research Analyst, ISE

 

Kindly hosted byThe Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), London.

 

This event is only open to current ISE members.

Due the popularity of these events, it may be necessary to restrict entrance to one person per member organization.

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