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Apprenticeship Week kept Rolling by one Lancashire Business

In its most recent promotional bus tour, Blackpool-based Roadshow Promotions helped young people access apprenticeships, skills, and training.

Commissioned by Runway Training, who provide apprenticeships, traineeships and adult numeracy and literacy, Roadshow Promotions has converted one of its single-decker buses to allow the firm to deliver training and education services across multiple locations.

The bus is being used this week to raise awareness of services during National Apprenticeship Week (6-12 Feb 23). They will meet young people and their parents to offer advice and information on the various apprenticeship opportunities available.

The promotional bus has been equipped with 8 workstations and a separate meeting room to allow the team to offer advice and information in a comfortable and functional space.

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The bus will then go on a tour of rural communities providing a mobile location to enable the training firm to help people of all ages with bespoke training and soft skills

Thomas Harrison, Head of Resources at Runway Training, said: “It’s important to us to enable everyone to access the same education and skills opportunities, so using a bus is a great addition to our service.”

“The bus will allow us to reach and upskill communities that are otherwise hard to reach in rural areas.”

Speaking on Roadshow Promotions and their support during the campaign, Thomas continued, “Stuart and the team were extremely helpful, listening to our needs and making suggestions on the best use of the space.”

For more information, visit https://roadshowpromotions.co.uk/

Olivia McHugh
Olivia McHugh
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