Join us to find out about the wealth of business support in North Wales available from your local college

Event details

Do you know that you can access a wealth of business support from your local college to help grow and maintain your business?  Both Coleg Cambria and Grwp Llandrillo Menai can help you take on an apprentice.  In addition, colleges administer initiatives such as Skills for Employers and Employees (SEE) Project, Personal Learning Accounts, the North Wales Business Academy and much more!

Join us to find out more. We welcome questions to the panel for this event, so please submit them on the booking form. 

The session will be hosted by David Roberts, Chair of the North Wales Regional Skills Partnership and we will be joined by Mike Learmond, Senior Development Manager at FSB Wales, Heather Jones, Team Leader Employer Engagement at [email protected] and Gari Thomas, Employer Engagement Officer at Coleg Cambria.

At a glance:

10.30    Welcome (Mike Learmond FSB)

10.35    David Roberts and introduction to speakers.

10.40    Gari Thomas – Personal Learning Accounts and SEE Project

11.00    Heather Jones – Apprenticeship Employer Incentive and North Wales Business Academy

11.15    Q & A discussion led by David Roberts

11.30    Thanks and close (Mike Learmond)

Event contact

For help and support regarding this event, please telephone our dedicated events helpline 01253 336028 or email [email protected].

Joining Instructions

Within 1 hour of booking you should receive your booking confirmation email with a link to join the Zoom session on the day.

Further information

One of FSB’s objectives is to value diversity and inclusion in everything it does and the strength of FSB rests on attracting the greatest number and diverse small business owners and the self-employed which reflect the whole of the UK business population. We therefore want existing and new small business owners and the self-employed, from whichever communities they belong to, to feel welcomed and a part of the FSB community.

All of our events, whether focused on a specific issue or equality characteristic, are therefore open to all. This also underpins the notion of allyship where marginalised groups are supported by those not from the specific groups or communities and offers mutual benefits for shared learning, wider conversations and a collective responsibility to inclusivity. If you have any questions please email the event organiser here: [email protected]

Further information

  • Find out more about FSB virtual events and a quick guide to getting started here.
  • We want all attendees to feel welcomed - please read our statement on Diversity and Inclusion here
  • To help ensure things run smoothly, please refer to our Events terms and conditions here.