A new report out today (25 Jun) from @London_First in partnership with Lloyds Banking Group (@LBGplc) calls for more attention to be paid to transferable skills to drive a step-change in London’s skills performance.
@London_First and North West Business Leadership Team (@NWBLT) unveil seven-point plan to save apprenticeship system including increased flexibility in the use of Levy funds to financial relief for Levy-funded apprenticeships. Business groups and Mayors of London, Manchester, and Liverpool all back the seven-point-plan, and calls for new Back to Work fund to avoid a lost generation of apprentices.
Business groups London First and the North West Business Leadership Team (@NWBLT) today (Monday) joined forces to call for changes to the current apprenticeship levy to boost numbers, as a new report revealed that millions of pounds of funds remain unused and new starts for 16- to 18-year-olds have fallen since the levy was introduced.
New research published today (15th November) to coincide with Skills London, the UK’s largest careers fair for 15-24 year olds, says that young people are not planning to take the same path as their parents because their jobs are too boring (46%) and do not pay enough money (33%).
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