Developing Quality Apprenticeships Conference 22nd Sep – 16 Dec 2012

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The Developing Quality Apprenticeships conference series is brought to you by two leading organisations in the sector, Youth Employment UK and Amazing Apprenticeships.

Together, we have put together a 4-month developmental programme that will encourage participants to explore topics affecting youth employment and apprenticeships in parallel, so that we can collectively build a greater understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the sector and be inspired to take action.

Theme and Dates

The conference series has been designed to build your knowledge over 4 different sessions running from September through to December 2021. Sign up to attend all 4 and receive a fantastic discount, or book onto the conference dates that suit you best.

Each date features a range of high-profile speakers who will expand your understanding and inspire you with the art of the possible! The dates and topics include:

• 22 September – Quality of apprenticeships
• 19 October – Supporting young disadvantaged people into apprenticeships
• 24 November – Pathways to apprenticeships
• 16 December – Supporting SME’s to use apprenticeships to build talent pipelines.

Book Your Place

Join us to get informed, be inspired and make a difference to the futures of our young people.Find out more and book your place at

Youth Employment Group (YEG0

Our conference organisers, LJ Rawlings, CEO of YEUK and Anna Morrison CBE, Director of Amazing Apprenticeships are both active Chairs of the Youth Employment Group (YEG) which was established in 2020 to help drive the UK’s response to the pandemic. The YEG has had a particular focus on the immediate and longer-term impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on the employment prospects of young people, in particular those facing the greatest challenges.

In July 2021, the Youth Employment Group released a paper – Levelling Up For Young People – through which a series of recommendations have been made to the government and senior policy officials. You can read the paper at