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ApprenticeshipsDispelling the Myths<br />
About us...<br /><ul><li>Our vision
The Training Quality Standard
18,000 students
806 employees
Our awards</li></li></ul><li>What is an Apprenticeship?<br /><ul><li>The Apprenticeship Frameworks comprises of a competen...
There are 190+ types of Apprenticeships covering over 80 occupational areas delivered to more than 130,000 businesses in E...
Frameworks are developed by business representatives from the relevant industry sector who work with the Sector Skills Cou...
Apprenticeship frameworks are funded by the Skills Funding Agency (previously the Learning and Skills Council). </li></li>...
It can be a new recruit or an existing member of your staff;
Funding subsidy is attached to age ranges
Graduates are not eligible
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Apprenticeships - dispelling the myths.

  1. 1. ApprenticeshipsDispelling the Myths<br />
  2. 2. About us...<br /><ul><li>Our vision
  3. 3. The Training Quality Standard
  4. 4. 18,000 students
  5. 5. 806 employees
  6. 6. Our awards</li></li></ul><li>What is an Apprenticeship?<br /><ul><li>The Apprenticeship Frameworks comprises of a competence based element, a knowledge based element, transferable ‘key skills’, employment rights and responsibilities (ERR).
  7. 7. There are 190+ types of Apprenticeships covering over 80 occupational areas delivered to more than 130,000 businesses in England.
  8. 8. Frameworks are developed by business representatives from the relevant industry sector who work with the Sector Skills Councils to develop the course content. Because they genuinely understand the needs of the business the training is designed to be industry relevant.
  9. 9. Apprenticeship frameworks are funded by the Skills Funding Agency (previously the Learning and Skills Council). </li></li></ul><li>Eligibility<br />Apprenticeships are open to all age ranges, however if you want to attract any government subsidy then you will need to meet eligibility criteria:<br /><ul><li>Must be employed with a contract of employment
  10. 10. It can be a new recruit or an existing member of your staff;
  11. 11. Funding subsidy is attached to age ranges
  12. 12. Graduates are not eligible
  13. 13. Minimum of 30 hours (will consider part time if they can complete the framework in the hours worked)- can be pro-rata to suit term times</li></li></ul><li>How are they delivered?<br />There are different models of delivery; some examples below<br /><ul><li>Provider delivery – the employer works with an accredited provider. The provider delivers all elements of the framework.
  14. 14. Shared delivery – the employer delivers some elements of the framework. The provider may agree to share the funding according to the proportion of the training delivered by each party.
  15. 15. Employer delivery – the employer is able to deliver all the components of the framework and willing to go through the process of becoming an accredited provider. </li></li></ul><li>Research in to Rol<br />
  16. 16. Why Apprenticeships?<br /><ul><li>LSC research conducted in February 2008 by Populus to launch the first National Apprenticeship Week revealed:
  17. 17. 77% of employers believe apprenticeships make them more competitive;
  18. 18. 76% say that apprenticeships provide higher overall productivity;
  19. 19. 80% feel that apprenticeships reduce staff turnover;
  20. 20. 83% of employers rely on their apprenticeships programme to provide the skilled workers that they need for the future; </li></li></ul><li>Dispelling myths<br />“Apprenticeships are a big commitment and it will be a long time before the employer sees any benefits. It’s quicker for employees to train for a qualification.”<br />Apprenticeships are much more than a qualification. As well as working towards a vocational qualification, usually at National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 2 (equivalent to five good GCSEs) or NVQ Level 3 (equivalent to two good A-levels), apprentices also gain transferable skills which are valuable within companies, such as: <br /><ul><li>working in teams;
  21. 21. problem solving;
  22. 22. communication;
  23. 23. using new technology;
  24. 24. studying (in most cases) for a technical certificate, which provides further knowledge and understanding of the job. </li></li></ul><li>Dispelling myths<br />“Apprentices will need a lot of training ‘off site’.<br />Apprenticeships are a mixture of on- and off-the-job training, but the majority of learning will take place in the workplace. The rest can be delivered by a local college or by a specialist training provider. Throughout the Apprenticeship, alearning representative from the training provider will support and guide you. <br />
  25. 25. How can City College Plymouth help you?<br /><ul><li>The College offers a dedicated Employer Response Team who work closely with businesses to support them in accessing training and funding. We are committed to delivering quality training and development solutions for employers.
  26. 26. The Employer Response Team will work with you from first enquiry to completion –
  27. 27. Give advice on recruiting apprenticeships
  28. 28. Identify apprenticeship opportunities within the company
  29. 29. Suggest appropriate apprenticeship frameworks
  30. 30. Support during the programme
  31. 31. Support recruitment through the Apprenticeship Vacancies system</li></li></ul><li>Apprenticeship Vacancies<br /><ul><li>www.cityplym.ac.uk
  32. 32. www.apprenticeships.org.uk
  33. 33. Online national apprenticeship vacancies
  34. 34. Young people can search for vacancies, register and apply on line
  35. 35. Free service for employers</li></li></ul><li>Contact Details<br />Employer Response Team<br />01752 305026<br />employers@cityplym.ac.uk<br />

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