employing an apprentice

Apprenticeships deliver for businesses and help them grow by: -

 

  • Reducing training and recruitment costs
  • Increasing productivity and your bottom line
  • Developing a skilled , motivated and qualified workforce
  • Providing financial return on investment

More than 100,000 employers, in over 160,000 workplaces, currently use Apprenticeships to attract new talent, re-skills existing staff and tackle skill shortages. Apprenticeships are available to businesses of all sizes and from all sectors in England. Employment is a fundamental part of an Apprenticeship. An Apprentice must be employed in a job role with a productive purpose.

Improve your bottom line

Apprenticeships deliver real returns to your bottom line, helping to improve productivity and competitiveness. Training Apprentices can also be more cost effective than hiring skilled staff, leading to lower overall training and recruitment costs.

Apprenticeship Levels

There are 3 levels of Apprenticeships available: -

  • Intermediate Level Apprenticeships
  • Advanced Level Apprenticeships
  • Higer Apprenticeships
To view more information on Higher Apprenticeships click here
To view the Dacorum BC 'Guide to Apprenticeships'  click here
To view the National Apprenticeship Service Employer Guide to Apprentice Recruitment click here
To view the House of Commons 2015 Apprenticeship Statistics click here