Articles from The Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education (previously IfA)

Vast majority of apprentices (87%) would recommend their apprenticeship to others

Survey shows major vote of confidence in apprenticeships but more work to do  Influential panel of apprentices, which is overseen by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (the Institute), calls for changes around end point assessment (EPA) and off the job training

Introducing the first annual Apprentice panel survey report

@IfATechEd's first annual #Apprentice panel survey report  It gives me enormous pleasure to introduce the first annual survey by the Institute’s apprentice panel.

Route reviews restart after COVID-19 lockdown

Wide-ranging reviews to help strengthen apprenticeships and technical education have been relaunched today

Support needed with rollout of game changing new quality mark - Help us tackle national shortage in higher technical skills

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (@IfATechED) takes first steps in reversing national higher technical skills shortage  A new quality mark will make it far easier for employers and learners to know which qualifications offer great training for highly skilled jobs.

New approach to recommending Apprenticeship funding bands - Call for volunteers to test impact of proposed model

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (@IfATechED) are consulting on a new approach to recommending Apprenticeship funding bands  These are an estimate of the typical eligible costs for delivering an apprenticeship. The band sets a maximum amount the government will contribute to an employer to cover the costs of learning and assessment. Employers pay apprentices’ wages themselves.

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