The Apprenticeship Hub

The Apprenticeship Hub comprises of a small team of business support staff who are on-hand to assist employers, students and the general public with all thing’s ‘apprenticeship’. As part of the Business Engagement and Entrepreneurship team, it is our mission to promote the vast opportunities for work-based learning within both our local community and with our partners across the country. We strive to spread the word about the many benefits of apprenticeship programmes in the Higher Education sector and will continue to cheerlead the opportunities that our diverse connections have supported us to achieve, in addition to the brilliant achievements of our students.

If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team via apprenticeships@uos.ac.uk!

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Stef leads the Business Engagement and Entrepreneurship Directorate, the Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Centre (IWIC) and the University’s business engagement strategy. In 2016 Stef founded the award winning Suffolk Centre for Female Entrepreneurship and is currently a member of th...

Joanne has spent her working career in the Construction Sector, starting out as an architectural technician before moving onto construction site management.  Having spent 25 years in the commercial training and further education environments as a Director, Trainer, Assessor and Int...

Fiona has worked in Marketing for the majority of her career with over 10 years’ experience across varying sectors. Having completed her Level 5 Institute of Leadership and Management in 2014, she went on to become the UK Marketing Manager for a global Financial Technology compan...

Amy has spent the majority of her career working within the apprenticeship sector, predominantly with Higher and Degree apprenticeships. Amy initially worked for the National Apprenticeship Service, part of the ESFA, before moving into Higher Education. Amy has supported various com...

Emma has experience working in the education sector stretching from primary school through to degree level. Originally a biological scientist, Emma spent a year working in a laboratory before transferring her skills to primary teaching, gaining qualified teacher status in 2015. Afte...

Rachel has worked in education for over 10 years now. After obtaining an Advanced Apprenticeship in Business and Administration, she transitioned into a permanent position supporting students, parents/guardians, academics and business support staff within the Further Education Secto...

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Apprenticeships

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Apprenticeship Stories

Highlighting the ongoing work that apprentices do