To mark National Apprenticeship Week, Arch’s Anita Ibrahim discusses the five reasons you shouldn’t use your apprenticeship levy.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week we find out from a learning provider about why apprenticeships have a bright future.
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Why are some employers frustrated with the scheme, whilst others are reaping the rewards?
Will Brexit impact the filling of the ever increasing number of graduate and apprentice roles?
New research shows that one in five Generation Z applicants are dropping out of recruitment.
Apprenticeships are key to skills shortage solution, says 5per cent Club report.
Over 3000 higher and degree apprenticeships have been announced, giving individuals a wider choice of options for entering higher education in 2018, widening access to the professions and higher level technical skills.
Apprenticeships are real jobs, with real training; meaning employees can ‘earn while they learn’ and gain the necessary skills and professional competencies in their chosen career.
Three quarters of businesses expect to increase the number of high-skilled roles over the coming years, but 61 per cent fear that there will be a lack of sufficiently skilled people to fill them, according to the 2017 CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Survey. The survey of 344 companies highlighted that 62 per cent see strong…
Following our round-up last week of the policies expected to affect the role of the HR professional, we’re delving a little deeper to take a look at what each of the front-running parties is preparing to do with apprentices in the UK.
Business leaders welcome changes that also include more money for 16 to 18-year-old apprentices, and more time to spend funds – but some reservations persist.
The national minimum wage rate for apprentices has increased from £3.30 to £3.40 on October 1, meaning that thousands of young workers will benefit from a 10 pence per hour payrise.
The UK’s shock vote to leave the EU has left financial markets and businesses reeling this morning. We are interested to hear your view on the decision that has been made so please do vote in the poll below.
Bob-Soper-Dyer is head of apprenticeship programmes at BT Group. He is responsible for all matters associated to the governance and compliance of BT’s diverse apprenticeship programmes. While dealing with all external bodies relating to audits and inspections, such as Ofsted, Bob also deals with all Government agencies on policy and structure for employer type apprenticeships. While managing the BT apprenticeship internal delivery team and compliance operations, Bob is also responsible for all external relationships in relation to BT apprenticeships.