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SFHA Apprentice Challenge returns for fourth year

The SFHA is delighted to announce that the award winning Apprentice Challenge has a new home at its Housing Scotland Apprentice Event.

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The SFHA Apprentice Challenge is returning for its fourth year, but this time it is part of a brand new conference – the Housing Scotland Apprentice Event.

This year’s challenge will see housing apprentices come from all over the country to work together to produce a presentation which will answer questions based on real issues in the housing sector. 

The Apprentice Challenge offers many benefits for those taking part such as networking with other apprentices that work in the sector, confidence building, enhancement of communication skills and a fun, unique experience out of the office.

The Housing Scotland Apprentice Event is a one-day conference which will highlight the importance of apprenticeships to the future of the housing sector and the benefits they can bring to social landlords. As well as the Apprentice Challenge, the conference will feature expert speakers who will detail every stage of recruiting and managing apprentices and answer any questions that potential employers have. 

Other highlights include:


  • The funding and recruitment process for apprentices 
  • Why you should take on an apprentice
  • What it is like to be a Modern Apprentice 

The event is taking place at the City of Glasgow College’s Riverside Campus on 12 April. Registration begins at 9.30am and the conference concludes with the SFHA Apprentice Challenge. 

Do you have an apprentice you would like to put forward for the Apprentice Challenge? If so, please visit the SFHA website for the application form and follow the instructions from there.

For more information, or if you would like to attend this free event, visit the event page or contact events@sfha.co.uk – book now to avoid disappointment.