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16/03/2015The significance that apprentices of all levels and subjects contribute to society and our economy should not be unestimated
Apprenticeship numbers were down in the first quarter of 2017. We look at why this might be & what main barriers to FE still exist.
A few industries are suffering the most from the skills shortage, and it comes down to students and teachers, as much as political factors.
Apprenticeships are more diverse that you might think, and opportunities in FE are bountiful. Here’s a rundown of the varied apprenticeships available today
Will Degree Apprenticeships, an increase in visibility and uptake change perspectives on apprenticeships? And what could be the knock on effect for FE colleges?
22/07/2016We look at how to make your apprenticeship application look its best, by showing the recruiters what they really want to see.
The Government’s demand that the public sector provide 87,000 new apprenticeship starts each year till 2020 promises to create a range of new job opportunities in FE colleges.
For National Apprenticeship Week, we've examined the benefits of internships and apprenticeship and their appeal to people later in life.
National Apprenticeship Awards highlight how UK employers and the FE sector are taking up the challenge of providing 3 million additional places.
16/06/2015This September, the further education (FE) sector will start running courses for degree apprenticeships
24/03/2015Did you know 23,000 apprenticeships were pledged by UK employers in and around National Apprenticeship Week? See how colleges are raising the profile of apprenticeships...
Did you know there are over 300,000 apprenticeships in colleges in England? 70,000 of these apprentices are 16 to 18-years-old.