“We’ve found our apprentices generally want to stay with us and they have made a significant impact to the business. I have to say I’ve been very impressed.”
"We pride ourselves in being knowledgeable and skilled in the fields we operate, but I think empathy with our employer clients is just as important, as is good communications, a flexible approach and having face-to-face contact."
In a move welcomed by businesses and training organisations alike, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has reduced the amount non-levy paying organisations have to pay towards the cost of Apprenticeships. Here's what it means to businesses.
Watchers of TV's MasterChef may recognise Pedro from his appearance as a contestant in the 2017 series. Although he did not win the contest, he says: "It was fun. A great thing to do, and all part of the learning process for me. Definitely a step forward
By 2020, the government is planning to phase out Apprenticeship Frameworks to replace them with the newer Apprenticeship Standards. What lies behind this significant change to training?