In an interview for the Daily Telegraph on Monday 28 December 2015, Jools Holland compares the BBC to “museums, royal parks and public swimming baths.” I think that’s a compliment.
Members of The Royal Parks Guild offer their time and expertise to The Royal Parks, associated organisations and apprentices.
One of the main objectives of The Royal Parks Guild is to support educational and vocational training, in particular for The Royal Parks apprentices but also for the wider network of training schemes associated with the parks.
We are members of The Royal Parks Apprentice Board that meets regularly to discuss the running of the scheme. We are also a partner in the City Bridge Trust scheme, along with the City of London and The Royal Parks, whose mission is to encourage the employment of apprentices through the Roots and Shoots organisation.
To find out more about The Royal Parks Apprentice scheme click here
To find out more about the Roots and Shoots vocational training scheme click here
The Royal Parks Guild are dedicated to helping parks’ apprentice schemes and those that join them. If you would like to help us then click here to see if you could become a member of the Guild.