We chat with WorldSkills UK CEO Dr Neil Bentley about working with Independent Training Providers and the benefits of working with learners at the WorldSkills standards to generate true World class learners. 

Neil explains that with 76% of Apprenticeships being delivered by training providers, WorldSkills UK are keen to engage and work with more independent training providers.Neil shares a few thoughts on the benefits of implementing the WorldSkills standards to enable learners, employers and providers to be truly World class.

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