Get an insight into the world of apprenticeships from both the learner's and employer's perspective with our apprentice case studies. You'll also find some really useful information in our Apprenticeships Learners Guide below. You can check out our CV template, how to write a cover letter, some interview tips and a sample application.
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Apprenticeships: Student Guide
Apprenticeship Case Studies
Check out Adam, Jamie and Molly's real experiences while learning on the job during their apprenticeship with these case studies below.
Information for Employers
A Proven Way of Creating a More Effective Workforce
Apprenticeships are work based training programmes designed around the needs of employers, leading to nationally recognised qualifications which can be used to train both new and existing employees. Apprenticeships are a proven way of creating a more efficient and skilled workforce and make great business for employers of all sizes.
By harnessing fresh new talent and addressing your skills gaps directly, you can ensure that your organisation has access to the practical skills and qualifications it needs now and for the future. In fact,over 136,000 workplaces throughout the UK offer Apprenticeships in over 80 different industries because they understand the benefits that apprentices can bring to their business.
• 88% of employers believe apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce, leading to greater loyalty and quality
• 82% of apprentice employers take on apprentices to build the skills capacity within their business
• 81% of apprentice employers say apprentices make their business more productive
• 80% of apprentice employers believe employing apprentices has reduced their staff turnover
These are just some of the key reasons why apprenticeships are good for business!
To find out more about how Wiltshire College can support you to recruit or train an existing employee as an apprentice for your business, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0845 345 2235.