How the apprenticeship levy can supercharge digital and data capability
Tuesday, 30th January 2024
11:00am - 12:00pm GMT

An organisation’s most valuable asset is its people and investing in their skills and development has become a critical strategic imperative for sustainable success. One instrumental but often overlooked tool in this pursuit is the Apprenticeship Levy - a game-changer for organisations seeking to elevate their capability by proactively upskilling their workforce.

Babington has been jointly shortlisted for ‘Apprenticeship programme of the year’ (Learning Awards, LPI) for their work to embed a Level 3 Data Technician Apprenticeship into the heart of M&S’ ‘BEAM Academy’ initiative’ – aimed at upskilling all colleagues in data and digital as part of the business’ strategy to become truly digital-first.

Join us for this unmissable webinar with expert speakers from Marks & Spencer and Babington to learn:

  • The key to ‘getting it right’ when it comes to leveraging funded learning as part of a highly effective wider skills approach

  • The incredible outcomes and results of this initiative with Marks & Spencer

  • How Marks & Spencer is developing its own internal talent pipelines, whilst transforming its customer value proposition

Attendees will get exclusive first access to the full M&S x Babington case study.

Conor Rose
Conor Rose
Principal Strategist – Digital Culture & Capability
Marks & Spencer
Phil McMullan
Phil McMullan
Director of Learning Design
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About Babington

Babington helps organisations and individuals unlock potential and perform at their very best.

We help organisations solve challenges around talent acquisition, upskilling, and reskilling to support growth and drive performance – helping business leaders realise the place and potential of funded learning as part of a unified talent strategy.