Former management apprentice Emma Clee, from Gordon Franks Training in Birmingham, describes her experience of an end-point assessment under lockdown.
Apprenticeship frameworks will soon be replaced by new apprenticeships standards on 1 August 2020. Find out how employers and providers are already seeing the benefits of moving to standards.
Chris Davies, an Apprentice Engagement Adviser in the National Apprenticeship Service, talks about partnering with UCAS – one of the ways in which the service is helping to promote employer apprenticeship vacancies.
31 July 2019 marks one year to go until all remaining apprenticeship frameworks are withdrawn. From 1 August 2020 all new apprenticeship starts will be on the high-quality, reformed apprenticeship standards. Find out more from Annabel Basford .
There are less than 18 months until apprenticeship frameworks will be withdrawn. After July 31 2020, all new apprentice starts will be on high-quality standards (although those who have started a framework by this point will be able to finish …