We think The Apprenticeship Guide is a fantastic resource for anyone looking to find out more about apprenticeships.
But don't just take our word for it, see what some of the country's top careers professionals have to say.
“I have used the Apprenticeship Guide alongside a range of other books and materials in group activities from Year 9 to Year 12 and, despite what people say about everything being web-based these days, I can tell you from my own experience that the students were almost fighting each other to get their hands on it.
“The Apprenticeship Guide is an essential part of my small library and I strongly recommend it as a resource for teachers, advisers, parents and discerning students.”
Alan Bullock, freelance careers consultant
“This guide represents a fantastic recalibration of information available for Apprenticeships that have been available for degrees and university education for quite some time.
"It gives me confidence that one day we will have a system where the signposts for both systems are equally valued; that there will be easy access to both routes.”
Jason Holt, CEO of Holts Group
“The Apprenticeship Guide is a must-have for anyone looking into their career options.
"Updated every year, it has the latest information and contacts for all the UK’s Apprenticeship offerings as well a great advice section on how to apply, CV writing, covering letters and interviews.
"It’s a resource I recommend on our site, as I believe it’s a great starting point for those who want to find out more about what’s available and where it can take them.”
Keri Allan, editor of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s apprentices web area
“As an Awarding Organisation whose long-term goal is a stronger, more sustainable economy, Apprenticeships play a key role in what we do. The Apprenticeship Guide provides aspiring apprentices with engaging and valuable content including news and case studies as well as support for taking an Apprenticeship.
“It is an invaluable tool for anyone aspiring to become an apprentice.”