The  A pp* Store   need hard working, motivated staff – we’ve got an  A pp* for that how it works
Why The ‘Symmetry’ Group ?
What is the meaning of work? Basic needs ,  Security Friendships  Self-esteem, Confidence  Respect, Purpose Creativity, Pr...
A person who finds a job they love, never works another day
<ul><li>Our aim is match talented people to opportunities that will help them reach their potential, grow and contribute t...
The Business Case Situation employers  need hardworking reliable  productive staff Problem   it is hard to find really goo...
Recruit for Will – train for Skill <ul><li>What if we could provide employers with really switched on keen, motivated dyna...
Matching Talent to Opportunity Because of the unique way in which we vet our candidates and take time to understand them w...
So why  The  A pp* Store   ? 18-24yr olds is reaching 1 million Ageing Population Baby boomers:  1/ 3rd of the workforce w...
So why  The  A pp* Store   ? <ul><li>CSR – reducing unemployment </li></ul><ul><li>Find talented people the jobs they dese...
How do Apprenticeships Work  ?
How do Apprenticeships Work  ? Vocational (on the job) Training Course that leads to a National Vocational Qualification N...
Functional   Functional is Key Skills: Literacy Numeracy IT Learners undertake a Basic Skills Assessment to see whether th...
Technical   Technical Certificate This will normally consist of a written exam that the learner will need to undertake at ...
Vocational <ul><li>Learner will need to do both mandatory and optional units and  complete a number of credits to complete...
PROFESSIONAL COOKERY APPRENTICESHIP Level 2 NVQ  To achieve the full diploma using this flexible route, a learner must att...
The Training Provider We engage and find a training provider whose role it is to assess the learner in their NVQ. The trai...
Trainee Targets 3   2     15     4     3     2     1     candidates placed   mth 5 mth 3   Total   mth 6   mth 4   mth 2  ...
Sources of Apprentices We only really want to work with apprentices who have gone through some pre-employment training alr...
The  A pp* Store need motivated, hardworking staff?  we’ve got an  A pp* for that CANDIDATES APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING  PROV...
Why choose an apprentice?  “It makes good business sense” research shows 81% of businesses employing apprentices agree tha...
<ul><li>Why choose the App* Store?  “We make it simple, quick and easy” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>We screen, select and interv...
What does it cost? Apprentice is paid between £2.50 to £5.00per hour depending on the job and the client Client pays betwe...
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  1. 1. The A pp* Store need hard working, motivated staff – we’ve got an A pp* for that how it works
  2. 2. Why The ‘Symmetry’ Group ?
  3. 3. What is the meaning of work? Basic needs , Security Friendships Self-esteem, Confidence Respect, Purpose Creativity, Problem Solving We spend at least 25% of our lives working!
  4. 4. A person who finds a job they love, never works another day
  5. 5. <ul><li>Our aim is match talented people to opportunities that will help them reach their potential, grow and contribute to the their employers, their families, their community and society </li></ul>
  6. 6. The Business Case Situation employers need hardworking reliable productive staff Problem it is hard to find really good people and can be v expensive if you employ the no person or the wrong person Implication cost of recruitment lack of productivity because of poor staff Need talented people to be peak performers in their company that will stay for the long term reducing ongoing recruitment costs and increasing productivity
  7. 7. Recruit for Will – train for Skill <ul><li>What if we could provide employers with really switched on keen, motivated dynamic individuals that we can predict and guarantee how they will contribute to the clients business? </li></ul><ul><li>This is why we use behavioural profiling. </li></ul><ul><li>This is why we provide our totally unique Skilled and Talented 1 Year Guarantee. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Matching Talent to Opportunity Because of the unique way in which we vet our candidates and take time to understand them we confidently provide peak performers to contribute to your business.
  9. 9. So why The A pp* Store ? 18-24yr olds is reaching 1 million Ageing Population Baby boomers: 1/ 3rd of the workforce will retire in the next 10 years Businesses need new people to enter their companies and bring new energy Apprentices are more productive , stay longer, more committed and reduce long-term recruitment costs. Plus they are trained .
  10. 10. So why The A pp* Store ? <ul><li>CSR – reducing unemployment </li></ul><ul><li>Find talented people the jobs they deserve </li></ul><ul><li>Help clients build successful / winning teams </li></ul>
  11. 11. How do Apprenticeships Work ?
  12. 12. How do Apprenticeships Work ? Vocational (on the job) Training Course that leads to a National Vocational Qualification NVQ Level 2 certificate Mainly for 16-18year olds, but also for 19+ Split into 3 sections: Functional Technical Vocational
  13. 13. Functional Functional is Key Skills: Literacy Numeracy IT Learners undertake a Basic Skills Assessment to see whether they need to do this aspect of the NVQ, whether they have sufficient level to continue with the NVQ 2 They will undergo some training in these areas if necessary.
  14. 14. Technical Technical Certificate This will normally consist of a written exam that the learner will need to undertake at some point during the course.
  15. 15. Vocational <ul><li>Learner will need to do both mandatory and optional units and complete a number of credits to complete the NVQ. </li></ul><ul><li>They will need to provide a portfolio of work as evidence that they have demonstrated the skill and knowledge required to gain that credit. </li></ul>
  16. 16. PROFESSIONAL COOKERY APPRENTICESHIP Level 2 NVQ To achieve the full diploma using this flexible route, a learner must attain a minimum of 58 credits. All the mandatory units (13 credits) A minimum of 45 credits from Group A optional units All of these Mandatory Units:- Credit Maintain a safe, hygienic and secure working environment 3 Work effectively as part of a hospitality team 3 Maintain food safety when storing, preparing and cooking food 4 Maintain, handle and clean knives 3 Employment rights and responsibilities (Apprentices only) 2 Section A Optional units Prepare fish for basic dishes 4 Prepare shellfish for basic dishes 3 Prepare meat for basic dishes 4 Prepare poultry for basic dishes 4 Prepare game for basic dishes 4 Prepare offal for basic dishes 3 Prepare vegetables for basic dishes 4 Process dried ingredients prior to cooking 2 Cook and finish basic fish dishes 4 Cook and finish basic shellfish dishes 4 Cook and finish basic meat dishes 5 Cook and finish basic poultry dishes 5 Cook and finish basic offal dishes 5 Cook and finish basic vegetable dishes 4 Cook and finish basic games dishes 5 PROFESSIONAL COOKERY APPRENTICESHIP Level 2 NVQ To achieve the full diploma using this flexible route, a learner must attain a minimum of 58 credits. All the mandatory units (13 credits) A minimum of 45 credits from Group A optional units All of these Mandatory Units:- Credit Maintain a safe, hygienic and secure working environment 3 Work effectively as part of a hospitality team 3 Maintain food safety when storing, preparing and cooking food 4 Maintain, handle and clean knives 3 Employment rights and responsibilities (Apprentices only) 2 Section A Optional units Prepare fish for basic dishes 4 Prepare shellfish for basic dishes 3 Prepare meat for basic dishes 4 Prepare poultry for basic dishes 4 Prepare game for basic dishes 4 Prepare offal for basic dishes 3 Prepare vegetables for basic dishes 4 Process dried ingredients prior to cooking 2 Cook and finish basic fish dishes 4 Cook and finish basic shellfish dishes 4 Cook and finish basic meat dishes 5 Cook and finish basic poultry dishes 5 Cook and finish basic offal dishes 5 Cook and finish basic vegetable dishes 4 Cook and finish basic games dishes 5 The A pp* Store - Apprenticeship Agency need motivated hardworking staff - we’ve got an A pp* for that
  17. 17. The Training Provider We engage and find a training provider whose role it is to assess the learner in their NVQ. The training provider does all thee assessment of the learner and helps them complete and gain their NVQ qualification. The training provider is paid by the government to do this so the learner and the employer doesn’t have to pay a thing ( in most cases). The training provider often has learners who have done a Foundation certificate (NVQ Level 1) in a particular subject and wants to get a job or an apprenticeship in order to get their level 2. Where this is the case training providers can also be a source of apprenticeship candidates.
  18. 18. Trainee Targets 3   2     15     4     3     2     1     candidates placed   mth 5 mth 3   Total   mth 6   mth 4   mth 2   Mth 1 - March   Month               Trainee Targets
  19. 19. Sources of Apprentices We only really want to work with apprentices who have gone through some pre-employment training already. This is not a hard rule and it depends on the candidate but the young person is going to have to be ready for a full weeks work, getting up early, dealing with other staff, lateness, sickness, absences, and how to manage their in work behaviour. Therefore at the moment we will be taking apprenticeship candidates referred from : TBG Learning The Bridge JTL Local colleges – Zaynab is liaising
  20. 20. The A pp* Store need motivated, hardworking staff? we’ve got an A pp* for that CANDIDATES APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROVIDERS e.g. JTL, TBG, The Bridge, Hackney College etc. Candidates go to training providers for Foundation Certificates and Pre- Employment training Candidates can apply to us directly We decide which candidate to put forward for vacancies Client comes to us for staff and apprentices We can source candidates from elsewhere We send apprenticeship vacancies to Training providers . They send suitable candidates to us for apprenticeship vacancies ` ` CANDIDATES TRAINING PROVIDERS CLIENTS We decide which training providers will deliver the training Training provider does a H&S visit and signs an agreement with client in our presence We liaise with client in order to support the leaner in their job
  21. 21. Why choose an apprentice? “It makes good business sense” research shows 81% of businesses employing apprentices agree that they bring higher overall productivity. 66% of business believe their apprentices help them to be more competitive in their businesses. employing an apprentice can cost from 11% - 50% of a more experienced worker apprentices have a higher commitment to the overall aims and objectives of the company and higher retention rates which leads to reduced recruitment costs.
  22. 22. <ul><li>Why choose the App* Store? “We make it simple, quick and easy” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>We screen, select and interview potentials to create a quality pool of candidates </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>We provide you with a shortlist of the most suitable applicants for your job role so that you can choose the ideal candidate matched to your precise requirements </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>We ensure all the associated government-funded training is arranged </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The apprentice is monitored and supported throughout the apprenticeship   </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>We employ them, you simply host them – provide the placement and give them work </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Should anything change and you cannot continue with the apprenticeship, you </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>can hand them back   </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>We employ the apprentice on your behalf and manage all the payroll, tax and NI </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>We supervise the apprentice with regular performance reviews for the life of the apprenticeship to ensure they excel in your business. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>If you decide to take the apprentice on as a permanent member of staff there are no additional placement fees </li></ul></ul>
  23. 23. What does it cost? Apprentice is paid between £2.50 to £5.00per hour depending on the job and the client Client pays between £4.00 and £6.50 per hour depending on the job and the candidate. (plus VAT). Includes all admin training, payroll, Employer N.I. contributions support costs and fees.

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