End-Point Assessment Organisation Prepare to Achieve has announced that during November, for every apprentice who goes through the End-Point Assessment Gateway with them, they will sponsor a place at the Wirral Mayor’s Festive Tea Dance on Wednesday 5 December at Wallasey Town Hall.
The event will see scores of residents from across the borough coming together for drinks, entertainment and festive food. It aims to bring together people from across Wirral, including the elderly, who sometimes feel isolated.
Lee Evans, Acting CEO of Prepare to Achieve, said:
“As a company, we believe strongly in our commitment to giving back to our clients, staff and also to the communities where we work. That’s why, in celebration and recognition of every learner who goes through the apprenticeship Gateway with us in November, we will be sponsoring a place at the Wirral Mayor’s Tea Dance.
“We hope that the people who can now attend this event find it an enjoyable way to spend time together at this festive time of year.”
When an apprentice goes through the End-Point Assessment Gateway, it means that they have completed their apprenticeship training and will now go forward for independent End-Point Assessment. Prepare to Achieve is a specialist End-Point Assessment Organisation operating throughout England who works with employers, training providers and the apprentices to ensure that apprentices have the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to do their job.
For more information on the Wirral Mayor’s Festive Tea Dance, contact the Mayor’s office on 0151 691 8527. To find out more about Prepare to Achieve, visit www.preparetoachieve.co.uk.