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Apprenticeships in England: what does research tell us?
Paper No' CVERBRF008:
Wednesday 16 October 2019 15:30 - 17:00
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Friday 12 July 2019A recent study set out to explore how effective apprenticeships were at supporting students as they both learn new skills and make their way into the workplace. The researchers assess young people who completed their GCSE exams between 2003 and 2008. Nineteen percent of this cohort then went on to do an apprenticeship, with nearly all of them educated up to a maximum of either GCSE level (level 2) or A-level (level 3). The apprenticeships were either therefore intermediate (level 2) or advanced (level 3), therefore no higher or degree apprenticeships were analyzed.
Related Links:Forbes - How Beneficial Could Apprenticeships Be In The Future Of Work?
Do Apprenticeships Pay? Evidence for England
Chiara Cavaglia webpage
Sandra Mcnally webpage
Guglielmo Ventura webpage
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