If you need some further information on the AAN please email: [email protected]
The AAN is primarily an employer and apprentice led network, although membership from other key stakeholders will be considered by DfE, National chair and Regional chairs.
WHAT DOES AN APPRENTICESHIP AMBASSADOR DO?
Our Apprenticeship Ambassadors are expected to:
THE BENEFITS FOR AN APPRENTICESHIP AMBASSADOR
As an Apprenticeship Ambassador, you can:
PRINCIPLES OF BEING AN AMBASSADOR
Your ability to champion apprenticeships across the country is critical to the success and growth of the network. Your work will make a huge contribution to the reputation of apprenticeships.
All ambassadors must follow the following key principles:
More info: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-7-principles-of-public-life/the-7-principles-of-public-life--2
THE AMBASSADOR CODE OF CONDUCT
The code of conduct has been developed to provide a guide for Ambassadors. It sets out behavioural expectations and will ensure that all Ambassadors maintain a level of professional conduct that is acceptable to other Ambassadors, employers and key stakeholders.
As an ambassador, you'll be expected to:
HOW TO JOIN YOUR AAN REGION
If you're interested in becoming an Ambassador, please contact the relevant region and you should receive a response within 10 days:
|North East||[email protected]|
|East Midlands||[email protected]|
|South West||[email protected]|
|South East||[email protected]|
|East of England||[email protected]|
|North West||[email protected]|
|West Midlands||[email protected]|
|Yorkshire & Humber||[email protected]|