Join GB MET's virtual events for National Apprenticeship Week

Join GB MET's virtual events for National Apprenticeship Week

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College are celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2021 with an opportunity to learn more about how an apprenticeship could help launch your career.

This year’s theme is 'Build a Future', to emphasise how apprenticeships help individuals to build skills and knowledge for a rewarding career, along with the benefits this brings to employers and local communities.

GB MET offer a wide range of apprenticeships from business administration and HR to digital marketing and construction.

Has the COVID-19 pandemic made you re-evaluate your work life? If so, an apprenticeship could be the route for you to train in your dream career! If you’re aged 16 years and over, you can complete an apprenticeship and there’s no upper age limit. 

Apprenticeships are not just for entry level careers. They offer higher level apprenticeships for leadership and management roles too.

Sign up for a virtual Q&A session with apprenticeship tutors (9-11 February)

As part of the week, GB MET will be hosting a range of virtual events to showcase our apprenticeships and to raise awareness of the benefits apprentices can bring to employers. You can book onto our virtual Q&A sessions to find out more about what it’s like to study an apprenticeship at GB MET. You’ll be able to chat to course tutors, learn about the support we offer and how to apply.

  • Construction (including carpentry and electrical) - Tuesday 9 February 5-6pm 
  • Motor vehicle - Tuesday 9 February 6-7pm 
  • Business Skills (including management, business admin and customer service) - Wednesday 10 February 5-6pm 
  • IT (including Digital Marketing) - Wednesday 10 February 6-7pm
  • Health and Social Care - Thursday 11 February 5-6pm 
  • Early years - Thursday 11 February 6-7pm 

Book your place here

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To find out more about becoming an apprentice, please email:

If you’re an employer and you're thinking about hiring an apprentice, please get in touch with

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