Apprenticeship Statics/Why Employ an Appentice(s)

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Apprenticeship Statics takes its information from the Department of Business and innovation Skills (BIS) published statistics of apprenticeships from January 2013. Apprenticeships are available for people aged 16-23 and then 24+. Taking on an apprentice can be a rewarding thing to to and it explains the massive rise in employment into apprenticeships. If you want to apply for one of our apprenticeships, employ an apprentice or just find out more please don't hesitate to get in contact with our team today.

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Apprenticeship Statics/Why Employ an Appentice(s)

  1. 1. Apprenticeship Statistics The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (commonly known as BIS) published statistics on Apprenticeships in January 2013. Information was gathered during the academic year 2011/12: • Apprenticeship starts amounted to 520,600 in 2011/12. • Statistics show an increase in number by 63,400 since the 2010/11 academic year, and 240,900 more than in the 2009/10 academic year. • The substantial increase in numbers is principally due to more people taking up apprenticeships from the 25+ age group. • Apprenticeship starts from the 25+ age group were 44% in 2011/12, compared to 18% in 2009/10. • Apprenticeships in the service sector - in Business Administration and Retail, were the most widely chosen frameworks. • Females made up the majority of apprenticeship starts. For more information please visit: http://news.bis.gov.uk/Press-Releases/Apprenticeships-starts-almostdouble-in-two-years-686f0.aspx For further information please email us on: info@apprenticeshiprecruitment.co.uk

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