As talk of independence rises once again in the wake of Brexit, Holyrood education secretary commits to providing more access to apprenticeships. read more ..
As National Apprentice Week winds down, attention and interest grow for new government cyber security scheme
As one of the UK's fastest growing and innovative online marketing agencies continues to grow, the importance of their embrace of apprenticeships becomes clearer.
Annual celebration of apprentices sees a wide range of events and campaigns to raise awareness of vocational training in the UK.
Leading public sector digital experts use NAW to remember and promote the huge positive impact of apprentices on their business and the country as a whole
National Apprenticeship Week kicks off on Monday with the aim of encouraging students, employers and councils to get on board with apprenticeships in the weeks before the Apprenticeship Levy comes into force
With over 100 years’ experience in the education and training sector, SQA has developed a case study in partnership with The IoD outlining how their expertise can provide solutions to achieve the high standards needed in today’s training and skills market.
Former business minister Vince Cable adds his voice to calls for firms to use Apprenticeship Levy to broaden out their digital workforce
Latest IPPR report calls for reform of planned Apprenticeship Levy in order to funnel funds to where it's most needed
One of UK's leading online retailers has embraced apprenticeships with gusto and says the good results so far are just the beginning
As the draft guidance for the structure of funding for apprenticeships is released, employers are made aware that any government funding will come with strings attached.
City and Guilds report highlights worrying level of awareness among UK business of the Apprenticeship Levy less than two months before it is due to be introduced - but those in the know are planning to increase apprentice numbers
New BPP research reveals concerning levels of planned rebranding among businesses gearing up for the Apprenticeship Levy
Decision by Welsh government to add £15.5m to the apprenticeship funding pot is welcomed by business groups, who call for greater collaboration to ensure benefits are truly delivered