Getting apprenticeships right: next steps

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1 January 2019
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Business and management
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This report is designed to shape how the additional funding given to the Institute for Apprenticeships in the Budget should be used.

The report focuses on four priorities for the Institute:

  • Improving quality provision as an independent market regulator.
  • Making the standards development process more efficient.
  • Ensuring greater transparency in funding decisions.
  • Assuming responsibility for T-levels.
The recommendations from this report should help inform policymakers and shape the Institute’s role in building a world-class skills system.

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