Government looks to protect ‘apprenticeships’ from unauthorised training providers

The government has launched a consultation on protecting the term ‘apprenticeship’ from being diluted by unauthorised training providers who deliver apprenticeships designed only to meet narrowly focused job needs.

Thu, 30 Jul 2015

The government has launched a consultation on protecting the term ‘apprenticeship’ from being diluted by unauthorised training providers who deliver apprenticeships designed only to meet narrowly focused job needs.

The consultation, launched yesterday, proposes that government would create an offence that would stop training providers using...

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