People doing business in North East Fife can learn how Modern Apprentices can help their business, and Scotland, at St Andrews Business Club’s next business learning event on February 28.
At the learning lunch, to be held at The Old Course Hotel from 12.30pm, John McFarlane, Employer Engagement Co-ordinator responsible for the Modern Apprenticeship programme at Fife Council, and Heather Brown, Co-ordinator for Foundation Apprenticeship at Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Fife, will teach attendees about the features, benefits and costs of Modern Apprenticeships.
Anyone wanting to learn about this important business topic for business, as well as network, is asked to book via Eventbrite.
A full list of this season’s events, most of which are now open to non-members, can be found at www.standrewsbusinessclub.co.uk
About St Andrews Business Club
St Andrews Business Club is the place in North-East Fife to meet and learn for business.
Its strength is the breadth of its membership, who as individuals are involved in a wide range of business interests, local, national and in some instances global.
It sees its goal as complementary to the other business associations in St Andrews, and has the broad objective of helping to stimulate interest in business for the benefit of the local economy, recognising the strengths and advantages of St Andrews locally and the brand influence of the St Andrews name throughout the world.
St Andrews Business Club began in 1950 and during its history it has attracted many prominent speakers from different walks of life, including such names as Sir Menzies Campbell MP, Andy Irvine, Tom Farmer and Former Lord Advocate Lord Mulholland.