Articles from Emma Finamore

It’s great news that teaching #apprenticeships are back on the table

The idea of an apprenticeship route into teaching is back on the table after three years, and should be welcomed during this #backtoschool season.

Want more school leavers to choose #apprenticeships after GCSEs? We need to see a genuine shift in careers advice

During GCSE results day 2019, some figures in business made it clear they want to see more 16-year-olds making the move to apprenticeships rather than A-levels.

Young people choosing non-university routes are still the “forgotten half” #VocationalResultsDay

Last month, Radio 4 aired ‘The Forgotten Half’ – a shocking indictment of how we are failing young people who choose non-university routes into employment while prizing university above everything else.

Millions are unhappy at work, but some apprentice employers are bucking the trend

A staggering 4.3 million UK employees report being unhappy at work – 13% of us nationwide – and over 15,000,000 days are lost per year due to reported mental health problems caused or worsened by work.

Moving away from PhD #Apprenticeships means we can focus on neglected Levels 2 and 3

Plans for PHD-level apprenticeships might not be going ahead because the Institute (previously IfA) has raised concerns the programmes might not be in the “spirit” of the programme.

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