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The ASK Programme

The ASK programme is fully funded by the Department for Education and offers all educational establishments in England access to support to increase awareness of apprenticeships, traineeships and T Levels amongst students, parents, carers, teachers and career advisers.

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The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges (ASK) programme provides free digital or in-person support to educational establishments (this includes schools, colleges and training providers) to better inform students about their career options and transform the way they think about apprenticeships.

The programme is funded by the Department for Education.

Click HERE to see the types of support available, how it works and how to access.

Below are resources you’ll need to get acquainted with the new ASK offer. If you only have a few minutes, start with the short explainer film for a helpful overview of the offer in under 2 minutes.

The short explainer film is a great place to start for a helpful overview of the new ASK 2023-24 offer and how to access it. Once you have an overview, get more details on the full offer by browsing the new brochure – ASK_Brochure_2023_24 V2

Here you will find the wide range of free support available to your school. Once you’ve browsed, you can then book a planning meeting with your local delivery partner to discuss how they can support you.

A list of Apprenticeship and T-Level providers in Lancashire can be found here –



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