Evaluation of shared apprenticeship pilots


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Author: Roe, Philip; Costello, Mary


Evidence suggests that small businesses are often dissuaded from engaging with the apprenticeship program by their perception that apprenticeships are bureaucratic, costly and involve risk - of taking on a young person and of committing to their training for a fixed period in which workload and company income is uncertain. A ‘shared apprenticeship’ model in which a central management organisation takes care of administration and in which the apprentice moves between different employers who share the responsibility for the apprentice’s on-site training removes these problems. The then [...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Evaluation; Apprenticeship; Research; Employment; Outcomes

Keywords: Program evaluation; Apprentice; Employers; Pilot project

Geographic subjects: Wales; Great Britain; Europe

Published: Cardiff, Wales: Welsh Government Social Research, 2014

Physical description: 64 p.

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ISBN: 9781473410589

Resource type: Report

Rights: Crown copyright 2014

Document number: TD/TNC 115.1338

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