Progression Through Apprenticeships

The UK’s Apprenticeship renaissance could stall if careers information and guidance is not overhauled, warns this major new report from the Skills Commission. The report states too few young people, of all academic abilities, are taking up Apprenticeships due to inadequate careers advice but also a lack of clear progression routes. One of the major issues uncovered during the inquiry is that careers guidance professionals don’t understand local skills shortages or employer demand for apprentices. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 4.01 (37)

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