#GetInGoFar - Can an Apprenticeship help your business?
Thu 01 Sep 2016
The summer exam results season is here and young people will soon find out if they have passed their GCSE or A Level exams and will begin looking to their future careers. A Level results will be known on 18 August, and GCSE results the following week, on 25 August.
We want it to become the norm for young people to consider an apprenticeship as a valid and respected route to a rewarding, well paid career.
Apprentices bring enthusiasm and a fresh perspective, so it’s no surprise that 89% of employers say they make their business more productive. With the expansion of higher and degree apprenticeships businesses can now access the higher-level technical skills vital to business performance and growth.
So what can you do as an employer?
A new campaign – Get In Go Far – has been designed to encourage more young people and their parents to recognise apprenticeships as a valid and credible route to a rewarding career.
Visit www.getingofar.gov.uk to find out how you can get an apprentice and sign up to offer work experience to young people.
You can also contact our Apprenticeship team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01924 303540 for a dedicated advisor to help you decide what’s right for your business, and guide you through the process.
Do you know a young person who is thinking about an #apprenticeship? Watch this video on how to apply
Visit http://www.getingofar.gov.uk/ now to find out more.
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