Posted by on 08 January 2018

Article by Korneel Verhaeghe and Sarah Brooks.

It has been three years since the first Apprenticeship Standards were published, and almost two-and-a-half since the idea of the Apprenticeship Levy was first announced in the Budget by George Osborne. In this time we have seen an explosion of new Standards coming to the market as employers in every sector respond to the key questions and opportunities created by this new landscape.

We came up with 4 key steps to make the most of the Degree Apprenticeships opportunities: Power, Partner, Plan and Perfect.

  1. Power – you’re in the driving seat
  2. Partner – find your co-pilot
  3. Plan – design your vehicle
  4. Perfect – keep in pole position

Read the full article on HR Grapevine here.

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