Why apprentices would be good for your business.
81% of apprentice employers say that they make their business more productive. The average successful apprentice increases business productivity by £214 per week.
Reduce staff turnover
80% of employers feel that apprentices reduce their staff turnover. Employers also say that qualified apprentices are 15% more employable than those with other qualifications.
Be more attractive to customers
81% of consumers favour companies that employ apprentices and 89% of employers reported that Apprenticeships helped their business improve the quality of their product or service.
Reduce recruitment costs
75% of apprentice employers say Apprenticeships help cut recruitment costs, with 80% saying that Apprenticeships will have a bigger role in their recruitment policy.
Developing the Next Generation
Your guide to managing an apprentice
You may have managed apprentices before or it may be entirely new to you, either way we have some top-tips and important messages to share with you. These reflect changes in qualifications, delivery and legislation to ensure that you’re supporting your employees to make the most from their learning journey. Our Head of Sales Kelly Bailey is here to help you help them as she presents the following video on Managing an Apprentice.
What is an Apprenticeship?
There are over 190 types of Apprenticeships available for almost every type of job role, from IT to hospitality to management. Better still, you may be eligible for government funding to help fund the training, helping you get even more from your investment.
Apprenticeships are an excellent way of building skills, knowledge and opportunity in your workforce and are a crucial part of any workforce development strategy.