Apprentices on the Frontline highlights some of the most extraordinary stories of employers and their apprentices across different business sectors, showing how they have adapted to new working practices during the Covid-19 pandemic. Both employers and apprentices have faced and overcome enormous obstacles. We are recognising these people and showcasing the most inspiring stories from across the country.

FEATURED APPRENTICE STORIES

ROYAL NAVY

At home and overseas, the Royal Navy apprentices maintained their operations, as told in these two individual stories. 

APPRENTICES ON THE FRONT LINE

SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD presented by THE ARMED FORCES

We are delighted that The Armed Forces (Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force) will partner this important campaign, and, together with ESFA, will be selecting one of the most inspiring stories from the entries received on the Apprentices on the Frontline campaign microsite for a special one-off recognition award to be presented at this year’s National Apprenticeship Awards on 25th November, 2020.

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Müller

During the COVID-19 pandemic Laura, a Müller Milk & Ingredients apprentice, who works in the

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Boulting Ltd

Aaron Pendlebury is completing his Level 3 Infrastructure Technician Apprenticeship using our apprentice levy funding.

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Pearson UK

Benjamin Peermamode-Murphy works with the Customer Experience team as a Continuous Improvement Apprentice, working towards

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In association with   the armed forces   (Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force)