Torbay Breakfast Bytes

National Apprenticeship Week Special – 9th February

TBF Chair, Steve Reynolds and Jim Parker, Torbay Weekly in discussion with:

  • Sharron Robbie MBE – Director, DCTPN – National updates on Apprenticeship and opportunities
  • Alison Thompson, HR Manager, Princess Yachts – Apprenticeship journey
  • Victoria Gage, Careers Hub Manager, HoTSWLEP – Young people need you!
  • Emily Tucker, Head of Apprenticeships and Employer Engagement, SDC – We are here to support your business
  • Jim Parker, Torbay Weekly, Archant’s Apprenticeship experience

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TBCN - Zoom Meeting

16th February

A live panel Zoom event with representatives from the three Torbay Chambers and the Torbay Business Forum.

This meeting is open to all. It features discussion of local business topics, plus breakout rooms so you can contribute and network with other members online.

Details to follow shortly….


Our normal social events are not possible at the moment because of Covid-19.

Until we can get back together in person, TBF Chair Steve Reynolds together with Jim Parker of Torbay Weekly are now hosting our Torbay Breakfast Bytes, discussing the issues of the day online with invited guests and featuring our local heroes.

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