SAKS APPRENTICESHIPS has called in tis youngest fans to star in campaign to recruit young apprentices. The leading trainers new marketing campaign – “When I grow up I want to be a Sak’s Apprentice” – features the babies of Sakes Apprentiveships salons’s employees ina bid to raise awareness of apprenticeships among 16-18 year olds.It is hoped that photos on social media of the bouncing babies sporting Saks Apprenticeships bibs will draw attention to a national shortage of teenages taking up apprenticeship opportunities, with more than 100 vacancies for programmes run by Saks Apprenticeships in salons all over the country.
The campaign coincides with the news that Saks Apprenticeship has beaten 799 other training providers to be named the best in the country by employers. Saks Apprenticeships scored highest in the newly published Government survery for employer satisfaction, scoring a 9.8 employer satisfaction reting for the year 2014-2015. Saks Apprenticeships, which delivers hair, beauty and management apprenticeships, currently has more than 500 apprentices working in 240 salons nationwide.