It is a confusing time for employers, training providers and professional bodies with the ongoing changes and reforms in the education and skills market.
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The Skills Funding Agency has transferred key content from the former apprenticeships website to GOV.UK.
At the Skills Show in Birmingham, the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced that the government will revolutionise how 16 to 18 year olds find out about vocational skills and training.
The government is awarding the right to set future apprenticeship standards for the recruitment industry to a group of companies brought together by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Haymarket Media Group has welcomed its first six full-time paid apprentices to its newly-launched Skills Academy.
EY has announced plans to offer 55,000 traineeships and 35,000 internships by 2020 across Europe as it also joins the Alliance for YOUth, an initiative through which leading businesses will help to address high levels of youth unemployment in many parts of Europe.
The government is in talks with top brands including IBM, Google and Procter & Gamble to develop a new digital marketing apprenticeship, planned for launch by next January.