The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Apprenticeships has published its Annual Report.
One of the recommendations states: The Department for Education should continue to promote the work of the Apprenticeship Ambassador Scheme and support the delivery of a mentoring scheme which could be undertaken with each regional network.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Apprenticeships is a cross-party group of MPs and Peers which provides a forum for parliamentarians and employers to discuss how to promote the role of high-quality apprenticeships.
The Group works to ensure that apprenticeships serve as a pathway to a career and examine how the apprenticeship model can meet the changing skill demands from businesses. The Group has heard from all the top apprenticeship experts, including the Minister and Shadow Minister for Skills, top civil servants, business groups and most importantly from apprentices themselves.
The APPG would like to thank our sponsors for their support of the Group. The APPG’s sponsors are: Amazon, BAE Systems, The Co-op, The Federation of Awarding Bodies, KPMG, London South Bank University, Microsoft, the Open University, WMG at the University of Warwick and the University of Salford.
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