Abta is holding its second Apprenticeships in the Travel Industry conference in central London on Wednesday, November 1.
The event will feature a series of talks and presentations on the topic of apprenticeships, and is designed to be relevant for companies regardless of whether they pay the apprenticeship levy which was introduced earlier this year.
The conference will hear from a range of speakers representing companies including Tui, Thomas Cook, British Airways and Royal Caribbean Cruises, in addition to the Education and Skills Funding Agency and People 1st.
Topics will include the practicalities of integrating an apprenticeship programme, improving recruitment and retention and an update on the latest news around apprenticeships policy and the levy.
The Apprenticeships in the Travel Industry conference will start at 10am at the offices of Hill Dickinson in central London. More information and details for registration can be found by clicking here.
The event also follows a special Travel Weekly Business Breakfast on the wider subject of training, recruitment and retention in the travel industry, and delegates are encouraged to attend both events.
To register your interest in the Travel Weekly Business Breakfast, which starts at 8.30am and is free to attend, please click here.
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