During August thousands of students across England received the outcome of their exams. With many individuals considering their options and next step, now is an ideal time for employers to consider offering apprenticeships.
Apprenticeships improve productivity and the quality of the product or service being delivered. Apprenticeship participation now stands at a record level - there were 509,400 apprenticeship starts in the 2015 to 2016 academic year of which 131,400 were under 19 and there are, on average, 23,000 apprenticeship opportunities listed on find an apprenticeship every month. 97% of apprentices tell us their ability to do their job had improved, and 92% of apprentices said their career prospects had improved by becoming an apprentice.
Find apprenticeship training can help employers looking to take on apprentices to search for apprenticeship training and find training providers to deliver this on your behalf.
Employers ready to recruit an apprentice, should also visit recruit an apprentice - a free to use online platform for posting apprenticeship vacancies through a registered training provider. These vacancies will appear in find an apprenticeship, a free recruitment search tool used by thousands of individuals. Vacancies are also channelled through to other popular recruitment sites allowing employers to reach even more candidates.