The Chartered Management Institute and British Chambers of Commerce have released a new 10-point plan to support Apprenticeship reforms and make the Apprenticeship Levy work best for everyone.
5 points of the plan call to Government to transform the skills landscape, listen to businesses, provide efficient accountability, measure impacts rather than targets and keep the process joined up, stable and consistent.
The other 5 details ways employers can transform Apprenticeships which have already been embraced by Stockport Council:
1. Get Involved, Get Informed and Tackle Your Skills Needs
2. Find Flexible Ways to Manage Training
3. Commit to Long-Term Skills Investments
4. Embrace Wider Workforce Planning
5. Measure the Benefits
Let’s Talk Business: Apprenticeships #TwitterTakeover
To find out how you can also create an award-winning apprenticeship programme, head to the Apprenticeships Store Twitter and Facebook pages from Monday 25th – Friday 29th June for key information, top tips and success stories.
Our expert staff will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about apprenticeships, both online and in our Apprenticeships Store, located on Stockport Exchange, Wellington Road South, SK1 3TA. We are open 10:00 – 16:30, Monday-Friday (closed Thursday 14th June).
You can also contact us via apprenticeships@Stockport.gov.uk or 0161 474 4745.
Councillor Dean Fitzpatrick, Cabinet Member for Education at Stockport Council, said:
“Our nationally recognised Apprenticeship Store has a wealth of information for businesses interested in creating award-winning apprenticeship programmes and also for people who’d like to become an apprentice. Get in touch and find out more about the opportunities available.”