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Apprenticeship starts for the 2017/18 academic year remain much lower than previously reported, with the levy continuing to influence employer decision making. According to the Department for Education’s (DfE) latest

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As a business, Travis Perkins is proud to be recognised as the UK’s number one supplier of building materials. As we invest heavily in training and development for our colleagues,

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The chief executive of data hosting company UKFast has called on technology companies to solve the nationwide skills shortage themselves through apprenticeships. Lawrence Jones, chief executive and co-founder of Manchester-headquartered

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The first 52 colleges and post-16 providers to teach new T-levels were named last week as the UK government set out its vision for a technical education system. As courses,

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A new prisoner apprenticeship pathway is being introduced to give prisoners who undergo training while in custody a guaranteed job upon release. Justice secretary David Gauke MP announced a new

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Kathryn Jack, apprenticeship recruitment manager at CILEx Law School, has been selected to join the Institute for Apprenticeships panel of apprentices. The panel of apprentices was formed when the institute

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Apprenticeship starts were down 25% for the seven months to February 2018—prompting further calls for the levy system to be reformed. There were 232,700 apprenticeship starts over the seven months

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Degree apprenticeships can and must play a significant role in boosting the number of disadvantaged students studying at university, Robert Halfon MP has said. Halfon, as chair of the parliamentary

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20-year-old Heather Frear, from Dudley, is furthering her career in childcare through a Level 3 apprenticeship, with support from Rathbone Training When Heather Frear left college to work in a

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