MyCSP announces a further 10 Apprenticeship Opportunities
10 Mar 2015
In conjunction with National Apprenticeship Week 2015, MyCSP has announced that it is extending its commitment to the Government’s Apprenticeship programme with plans to offer a further 10 apprenticeships to young people.
The programme aims to prepare young people aged 16 to 23 for the workplace through an education and training programme with work experience that is focused on giving them the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
Nicky Hurst, CEO of MyCSP, said “We want to offer bright school leavers the opportunity to embark on a good, solid career path, where they will receive excellent hands-on training and have the chance to learn from experts in the pensions field. Our employees are very important to the running of the business and they work extremely hard. We always reward hard work and believe there are young people out there who could really benefit from working with MyCSP.”
Karen Woodward, National Director of the National Apprenticeship Service said: “We are delighted that MyCSP has extended its Apprenticeship programme and applaud their commitment to developing young people. Apprenticeships offer an ideal opportunity for young people to gain the skills and experience they need to take their first step on the career ladder. We are now urging more employers to take on trainees in order to help ensure a pipeline of talented young people with the personal and practical skills and experience required in the labour market.”Back to news