Celebrating this year’s National Apprenticeship Week, we’re delighted to look at some of the ways in which our Apprenticeship programme and our experts have made an impact in the media.
Taking place between the 5th and 11th February, National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is an opportunity for the education and skills sector to celebrate the achievements of apprentices around the country and the positive impact they make to communities, businesses, and the wider economy.
At Arden University, our Degree Apprenticeship offerings are a key part of what we do, and we’re proud of the positive changes we’re seeing in our apprenticeship students and of the mutual benefits they, and their employers, can gain from our courses.
Let’s take a look at some of the ways our apprenticeships have been securing headlines.
This piece, on Apprenticeship Guide, takes a look at the ways apprenticeships can help the Sport and Leisure industry
This piece, in HR Magazine, explores some of the ways in which misconceptions about apprentices are holding businesses back
This piece in FE news, looks at how the often-underutilised apprenticeship levy can be better optimised
This piece, in Personnel Today, looks at how an apprenticeship partner can help employees benefit from an apprenticeship, even if they don’t necessarily hold the right functional skills qualifications
This piece, in HR Grapevine, provides some insight, from an apprenticeship perspective, towards the recent King’s Speech
Check out more information about our degree apprenticeships here