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Develop Your Workforce: Financial and Legal Services (Newcastle Event)

Northumbria University


Develop Your Workforce: Financial and Legal Services (Newcastle Event)

Join us for breakfast and networking at our Develop Your Workforce event, which will focus on opportunities for organisations within Financial and Legal Services.

Date: Wed 3 July

Time: 08.00 - 10.00

Venue: Northumbria University, Business and Law Building, City Campus East, Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE2 1UY

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Come and discover how Northumbria University can help your employees meet the needs and demands required for your organisation to tackle tomorrow head on. Over breakfast we will showcase how Northumbria University’s Faculty of Business and Law can work in partnership with you to develop your workforce via our portfolio of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, including:

We will also explore our range of CPD and short courses, including our CMI Level 5 Certificate in Management, Coaching and Mentoring which we will showcase during the event, alongside demonstrating how this can be implemented into your workforce development planning.

You have the opportunity to ask questions about how our programmes operate and discuss your workforce development requirements so we can explore the best options for your organisation. North East Solicitor Apprenticeship (NESA), a consortium of local legal employers will also be in attendance to explain the consortium and how they can work with you in relation to the Solicitor Apprenticeship Degree.  


08.00: Registration, Breakfast and Networking 

08.30: Welcome and overview on how Northumbria University can partner with you to develop your workforce. 

08.45:  Taster of our CMI Coaching and Mentoring Level 5 CPD programme

09.30:  Overview and Q&A about our Senior Compliance Risk Specialist Apprenticeship and our Solicitor Apprenticeship Degree, including an overview of NESA.

10.00: Finish

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If you are unable to attend the event but would like further information about our portfolio, contact us at Alternativly you can view our other events within our Develop Your Workforce Event Series here.  

Event Details

Northumbria University
Business and Law Building (Corporate Hub - 4th Floor)
City Campus East
Newcastle upon Tyne



CPD and Short Courses

Our Continual Professional Development (CPD) courses are designed to open up exciting new possibilities for individuals and organisations. By increasing skills and knowledge and introducing new ways of thinking and working we create impact in performance at all levels.

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Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

At Northumbria University, our higher and degree apprenticeships are more than a learning programme; they are a partnership. We work with organisations to create courses that meet the demands of businesses.


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