The Apprentice Levy is not old news but it is still, for many companies an outstanding issue to be resolved. What it is doing is highlighting the brilliant opportunities that exist across many industries and sectors for people to learn and work and this is NOT about trades such as electicians etc
There are many challenges as those people who guide our young people are struggling to adopt the new language and educate the school leaver population of the art of the possible 2017 rather than the options they have shared for the last decade or more. This can include teachers, careers advisers and event parents. The attached list of which I have only shared one of the 10 provides great insight into what is out there and this is just ten examples of which there are hundreds more.
THEATRE From Hollywood to the West End, the business called show is always looking for talented youngsters. The Royal Albert Hall recently took on its first apprentices. Hannah and Nathan are working full-time at the Hall, whilst working for their Level 3 in Technical Theatre with the National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries. Hannah says: “I’ve learnt about the political and social changes that have impacted the industry and I’m putting the theory learnings into practice. In comparison to my friends who have gone to university I’m miles ahead and have gained tangible skills that will continue to advance me in the future.”