To provide a forum for parliamentarians and employers to discuss how to promote the role of high quality apprenticeships.
Higher and degree apprenticeships - GOV.UK
Statutory Notice to the Institute for
Apprenticeships and Technical Education
3. Provider guide to delivering high-quality apprenticeships
01/04/2021 - Education and Skills Funding Agency
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Found: Provider guide to delivering high-quality apprenticeships
A guide for training providers that currently
4. Apprenticeship Levy and Workplace Opportunities for Young People
27/06/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: workplace opportunities for young people. Apprenticeships have been identified as a means of improving
5. Natural England apprenticeships: public sector target
01/10/2019 - Natural England
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Natural England apprenticeships: public sector target - GOV.UK
1. Apprenticeship Levy
11/02/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: since I secured my first debate, which was on apprenticeships, in this very Chamber. Ten years on from the - Speech Link
2: However, as the Minister with responsibility for apprenticeships immediately prior to the 2010 election, I wonder - Speech Link
3: then—all of us recognised that some work on apprenticeships had been done under the Government in which - Speech Link
2. Apprenticeships: SMEs
13/02/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: move,That this House has considered apprenticeships in small and medium-sized enterprises.It - Speech Link
3. Apprenticeships: Gender Segregation
11/03/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: any gender segregation in publicly funded apprenticeships in different (1) sectors, and (2) occupations - Speech Link
2: My Lords, we are committed to ensuring that apprenticeships in all sectors and at all levels are accessible - Speech Link
3: consider introducing part-time and flexible apprenticeships, which would help attract more women into higher-paid - Speech Link
04/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: agreed by everyone: we want more good-quality apprenticeships. When the Government announced their intention - Speech Link
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