If you’re an employer looking to expand and looking to a training provider to help. Recruiting an apprentice is a great way to get new talent that you can nurture from the start. Apprenticeships have been proven to boost productivity in the workplace, and many businesses in the UK use them to ensure their workforce is highly skilled and at the peak of their industry. A cost effective way to get new skills into your business, apprentice’s help with long-term development too – 95% of apprenticeships end in full-time employment.
So how do apprenticeships work? 80% of their time is spent working, straight away, from day one. The rest is training, which can be tailored in lots of different ways – test days, skills coaching, workshops. At the end of the apprenticeship you’ll have a fully qualified employee, with experience relevant to the business.
You can also develop existing staff through apprenticeships. Investing in a workers career development results in a motivated team, and ensures the company stays ahead of the game with the best skillset and practices. Find out more facts by visiting the government website.