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Apprenticeships - Research and Reports

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Richard Review of Apprenticeships

Doug Richard has set out a comprehensive vision for the future of apprenticeships. His
independent report, The Richard Review of Apprenticeships, calls on the Government
to improve the quality of the programme and make them more focused on the needs of employers.
 

Developing an equalities action plan for London

On 10 September 2010 the Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) and the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) jointly hosted an event focused on race equality in apprenticeships. This report presents the actions agreed by the event participants.

Apprenticeships - Young People and Parent's Guide

Whether you’re looking for your first job, thinking of changing careers or want to gain
qualifications for the job you love, an apprenticeship could be for you.
 
 
Do you work with young people from black and minority ethnic communities?
Are they looking for work? Have you considered apprenticeships?
We have put together this guide to give you some straightforward information on what
apprenticeships are, how you can apply and where to go for more information.
 
 
This report presents a series of recommendations for actions to improve 
equalities in apprenticeships. These recommendations are for actions which 
should be undertaken by the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) and by the new 
National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) which is currently being established as a 
distinct service within the LSC.
 

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