Monthly Archives: March 2018
When you start an apprenticeship your employer essentially takes you on as an employee. Read More
Many jobs are going unfilled as companies search for talent with the skills they need. Read More
Engineering UK’s annual report mentions that the lack of awareness about apprenticeship programs in engineering is the root cause of UK industry’s inability to attract more people with engineering skills.
A boost in apprenticeships is needed to fill a shortfall of 56,000 engineering jobs a year, according to a new report from EngineeringUK. Read More
Apprenticeships have always been a key supply line for the NHS – but now a broader range of care providers are getting in on...
The apprenticeship levy has encouraged larger companies in all sectors to embrace apprenticeships – but which are the most popular? Read More
Classroom learning does not fully simulate the reality of the work place Read More
Are apprenticeships only for people who are new to a job? The answer is a big NO. Apprenticeships are in fact an effective means to make people aware of varied roles and responsibilities that they may necessarily not perform, but are open to learn.
‘Trailblazer Apprenticeships’ provide a progression pathway to develop new and existing employees. Read More
What’s not to like about offering an apprenticeship to a new hire or an employee? Read More