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Apprentices can be found in almost every single type of business you could think of – from manufacturing to IT, from care to agriculture, from professional services to investment banks.

However, apprenticeships are changing. From April 2017, when the new Apprenticeship Levy comes into force, apprentices in England will be able to hold almost any qualification, and there will be no upper age limit either. Furthermore, with increasing numbers of qualifications being mapped to the apprenticeship system, they now cover the full spectrum of qualifications – all the way from school leavers to degree level.

As employers look to maximise the value of their Levy pot and recruit apprentices in increasing volumes, a new war for talent has begun. As a result, it’s vital that organisations tailor their attraction strategy and build a compelling employer value proposition, to ensure they attract the best.

As world of work experts, we build compelling employer value propositions for apprenticeships; we can consult with you on how it can be used to support your wider business and talent strategies; and we can even support in identifying the most suitable training partner for your requirements. Furthermore, as an Apprenticeship Training Agency (ATA), we can even employ the apprentices whilst they work at your location.

Let us help you navigate these unchartered waters, and unlock the potential of your Apprenticeship Levy pot.

  • Jaguar Land Rover For Jaguar Land Rover alone, we've recruited and employed over 7,000 Production Operatives who have completed Level 2 NVQ apprenticeships in Business Improvement Techniques. In turn, Jaguar Land Rover has benefited from a more loyal, skills and motivated workforce that understands their business.