BESA Northern Regional Meeting & Open Surgery - The BESA
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BESA Northern Regional Meeting & Open Surgery

June 15 2017

Junction 25 Conference & Meeting Centre, Brighouse, West Yorkshire

Government Changes to Apprenticeships and funding are here!

All business in England now have access to Apprenticeship funding so in order to support BESA members who would like know more we are offering an information session to help you understand all things apprenticeships including:

  • Apprenticeship funding - levy, non-levy and co-investment funding
  • Trailblazers - what is coming and when
  • Frameworks - what's still in operation and when they will close
  • How BESA Training can help you advertise an apprenticeship vacancy using our jobs board, and also find the right apprentice for your business.

This event not only gives you the opportunity to find out everything you need to know about apprenticeships, training and funding, but also enables you to find out how it will work for you and your business as you will have the opportunity to ask any personal questions you have.

BESA Open Surgery

In addition to the wealth of information you will gain from the training session, you will also have the opportunity to meet with our technical, legal and commercial and employment affairs teams, health and safety experts, and our new specifier manager to discuss tenders and how we can support your business.

Email us at events@thebesa.com to let us know if there are any of our teams you would like to speak to in particular so we can ensure we have the right expert in place.

Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to find out how training funding can help your business.

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