The Government’s agenda for the wider field of technical and vocational education alongside apprenticeships is changing. As a large FE College and apprenticeship provider we believe that employers are central to this process and our aim this evening is to start meaningful dialogue into how we can enable employers to both support and challenge us as we launch the new T Level curriculum and apprenticeship standards. We want to hear from you about the challenges you have in recruiting employees and how we can work together to fill the gap and make a difference to the next generation.
"I believe that apprentices are an excellent way for the predominantly small tech companies in the TechEast region to grow and a way to help fill the skills gap we have here. They are also a great way to support young people in our region to get industry experience."
“When Matt and I discussed getting an apprentice, we knew it was a huge risk for Naked Element. We'd only worked with experienced software developers before, but we wanted to teach someone who didn't already have lots of bad habits."
Naked Element are looking for a new apprentice to help with our company administration.
The summer of 2015 saw David Cameron announce radical plans to increase the number of quality apprenticeships across England as part of the government's ambitious pledge to create a massive 3 million apprenticeships by 2020. We’ve taken a closer look at apprenticeships and how they’re changing the face of the workforce in Norfolk. What is [...]