Cogent SSC: Apprenticeships – a Model Approach
Tuesday, 8 November 2011
Apprenticeships – a Model Approach
The development of fit-for-purpose Apprenticeships and models through which they are delivered, is central to Cogent’s aim of securing the very best skills for industry.
Our recent report a Model Approach sets out the wide variety of Cogent and Skills Academy initiatives which have boosted specialist Apprenticeship take-up across the Science-using Sector.
All of these have been driven by employers and designed to meet regional and sectoral needs.
If you would like a hard copy of the report or any other advice on apprenticeships please get in touch with email@example.com.
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Britain risks falling behind the rest of the world unless it makes a major investment in improving the skills of its workforce, a leading businessman has warned.
The government has launched a major review of apprenticeships as part of Gordon Brown's efforts to improve the workforce's skill base.
The government will fund an extra 75,000 apprenticeship places by 2015, Vince Cable will announce in a speech later today.
Peter Mandelson announced 35,000 new apprenticeships today as he shifted the focus from adult education to practical skills-based training
The cabinet is meeting in Southampton today in the latest of a series of "away days" which has seen ministers meet in Leeds, Birmingham and Liverpool to show the regions the government is working for them.
Jobcentre Plus needs a reform to help both claimant and society.
The new universal credit could be inaccessible to those who need it most, according to an influential committee of MPs.
Politicians should patriotically support British manufacturing even if it means backing companies based overseas, Ed Miliband will say later.
Failing schools were today warned they risk closure if they do not improve standards.
There are increasing concerns the government's policies are undermining the ability of those who have lost their jobs to find new skills.