What our Ambassadors do

The role of Apprenticeship Ambassadors is to give young people and their families the opportunity to talk first-hand to someone who knows their stuff! They can hear not just the theory but real life success stories and ask questions and talk openly about what it’s like to be an Apprentice. Since March 2015, 30 Ambassadors from varying job roles, sectors and backgrounds have been trained, providing them with the vital skills they need to tell their stories and share their experiences. 

The kinds of activities that Ambassadors support include school assemblies to whole year groups, more focussed workshops with interested groups of young people, school careers events, drop-in information stands in town centres and job fairs. Ambassadors have also featured on local radio, been interviewed for That’s Oxford TV and even presented the Oxfordshire Apprenticeships 'Apprentice of the Year Award' at the Cherwell Business Awards and Oxfordshire Business Awards.

Read Laura's story: a year in the life of an Apprenticeship Ambassador to find out more about the sorts of things our Apprenticeship Ambassador do.

During 2015, the Ambassadors attended a total of 14 careers events, 11 drop in stands and public events, 11 school assemblies and workshops and 3 employer events. Read the Apprenticeship Ambassador Annual Report 2015 to find out more about our exciting first year.

Read about the current Ambassadors and their stories here, or if you are a current Apprentice and would like to become an Ambassador, see more information here.

Stay up to date with the Ambassadors current activities and stories by following them on Twitter @ApprenticesROx and liking ApprenticesROx on Facebook.