Apprenticeships – a guide for teachers and support staff

Apprenticeships – a guide for teachers and support staff


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Work-based routes to careers have many advantages, and should be presented in a way that gives them parity with purely academic routes. Apprenticeships can allow people to combine work-based learning with academic achievement, to have a paid job, practical training and experience, and to gain qualifications at an appropriate level.

Produced jointly with the NUT, supported by the Skills Funding Agency. 

 

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