A study of success! Apprentices’ triumphs celebrated at Chichester Cathedral graduation ceremony

Graduation Ceremony

The successes of apprentices is to be celebrated at a graduation ceremony at Chichester Cathedral next month.

And the deadline for apprentices who would like to attend has been extended to Wednesday 7 February.

Apprentices who have completed a higher or advanced apprenticeship with a West Sussex employer at any point from 1 January to 31 December 2017 are invited to attend.

The event is being held on Tuesday 6 March during National Apprenticeship Week and also includes a business reception for apprentice employers.

Richard Burrett, West Sussex County Council cabinet member for education and skills, said: “This ceremony celebrates and recognises the achievements of all of our higher and advanced apprentices in the county.

“It also raises the profile of the wide variety of great apprenticeships available in West Sussex and the benefits they provide to both individuals and employers.”

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