Join us at one of our Apprenticeship Open Evenings where you will be able meet with our staff, current apprentices and employer partners to gain an insight into what it’s like to be an apprentice at OAS.
- Find out more about joining OAS and how to apply to our employer partners
- Take a tour around our world class training centre
- Hear from current apprentices on their experiences with OAS
- Meet some of our employer partners and find out what they’re looking for in their next apprentices
You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions to our training team, employer partners and apprentices.
There will be two, 60-minute sessions on each day at 5pm and 6pm. Spaces are limited to a total of 40 people per session.
Want to find out more? Join us on 9th February by completing the registration form. If you have any questions in advance of the event, please contact OASPhase2@the-mtc.org.
Please note we have a limited number of spaces on the Open Evening due to the safety measures we currently have in place, including social distancing throughout the venue, so book your place early to avoid disappointment.
Can’t make it on 9th February? Don’t worry, we’ll be holding more Open Evenings in 2022, so drop us an email at OASPhase2@the-mtc.org to register your interest in our apprenticeship programme and we’ll let you know when registration opens.
Sign up to our next Apprenticeship Open Evening on Wednesday 9th February 2022.
Due to our COVID safety measures please note we are only able to accommodate candidates and one parent/guardian at the Open Event.
Apprenticeship Open Evening COVID Safety Measures
As we welcome prospective apprentices back to OAS for our open evenings, emphasis is being placed on considering the wellbeing of visitors, staff and apprentices. We want everyone’s visit to OAS to be a positive one, and to deliver open evenings that are inclusive and safe for all those who attend.
As such, we politely request all visitors to wear face masks when attending the open evening events, to protect themselves and those around them.
In addition, all visitors are requested to take a lateral flow test 24 hours before coming onsite, and to only attend if the result is negative.