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The Benefits
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An Apprenticeship can:

  • deliver competitive advantage, by training staff and equipping them with the skills your business needs to move forward
  • provide on-the-job training to ensure the skills they learn are relevant to your business
  • equip young people with the practical skills they need to do the job
  • deliver an established qualification that you can trust.

If you are interested in taking on an Apprentice, but need some further reassurances, then check-out some of the other ways employers can expect to benefit:

Value for money
Apprenticeships offer fresh new talent and they are a cost-effective addition to any business.

Improved productivity
Apprenticeships equip young people with the skills and knowledge to perform to the best of their ability - ensuring they are motivated, work hard and contribute effectively to your business.

Motivated people
Apprentices can improve your bottom line through motivated new talent. They are keen to learn and by offering Apprenticeships you will find it easier to recruit and retain the right people for your organisation.

Relevant training
Apprenticeships are designed to meet the needs of your business. This means that the training is always relevant and it is tailored to the requirements of your sector by people who genuinely understand what you do.

Avoid skills shortages
Apprenticeships allow you to invest in your business’ future. By taking on an Apprentice you can acquire specialist training enabling you to keep abreast of new skills and technology and grow your business.