The government has made it clear that it will be putting skills front and centre of its new legislative agenda to help the country overcome the damage caused by the pandemic.
Over half (55%) of students looking to apply to higher education in 2022 are interested in apprenticeships, but a lack of information is inhibiting their decision making.
Employers have lost £2 billion over the last two years due to the failing apprenticeship levy, according to the CIPD.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has extended the three-point Plan for Jobs, increased minimum wage and introduced new schemes to help businesses recover after coronavirus, yet measures to plug skills gaps in...
The apprenticeship levy has now failed on every measure and needs to be reformed immediately, according to the CIPD.
There’s no question about it – when it comes to the job market, it’s young workers who are bearing the brunt of the economic decline. For those who have recently entered the workforce, or are poised...
As it’s National Apprenticeship Week I think it’s the perfect time to suggest that the government makes some fundamental changes to what’s on offer.
Young people and businesses can mutually benefit from apprenticeships – but how can businesses attract and recruit this valuable talent pool?