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Ian S Ferguson Deputy Chairman – Apprenticeship Ambassadors Network (AAN) and Chairman - Data Ian S Ferguson Deputy Chairman – Apprenticeship Ambassadors Network (AAN) and Chairman - Data Connection Limited www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk

Current Facts & Figures • Over 240, 000 in Apprenticeships • Completion rate - Current Facts & Figures • Over 240, 000 in Apprenticeships • Completion rate - 63% (110, 000 last year) • 180 Apprenticeship frameworks offered in more than 80 sectors • Top Framework sectors: Engineering, Construction, Business Administration and Hospitality • Apprenticeship Review – January 2008 – World-class Apprenticeships: Unlocking Talent, Building Skills for All! www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk

Apprentice Benefits Young People • Positive experience for those who do not relish the Apprentice Benefits Young People • Positive experience for those who do not relish the classroom • Huge personal and technical skills benefit across the spectrum of – those with options – those with only this option • Key part of raising the participation age to 18 Adults • Formalised and qualified training www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk

Business Benefits • Delivering higher productivity and work quality which reduces costs and enhances Business Benefits • Delivering higher productivity and work quality which reduces costs and enhances profitability • Improving staff recruitment, retention and staff satisfaction • Producing motivated staff and managers of the future • Reducing skills shortages and fostering a more diverse workforce • Government funding www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk

Terms of Reference • To promote Apprenticeships to employers of all sizes, to increase Terms of Reference • To promote Apprenticeships to employers of all sizes, to increase take-up, particularly in sectors of poor penetration and diversity • To advise and help employers in improving Apprenticeship outcomes • To provide feedback to Government, the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) and the UK Commission for Employment and Skills on issues affecting quality and effectiveness www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk

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Perspective on Policy • • National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) – retain momentum Vacancy Matching Perspective on Policy • • National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) – retain momentum Vacancy Matching System – important Accreditation of employer own training – important 400, 000 apprenticeships by 2020 – achievable Apprenticeship entitlement by 2013 – employer buy in Increasing the participation age to 18 – employer buy in Overtraining and Group Training Associations - detail www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk

Ongoing Concerns – AAN • Delivery too complex • Low take-up of Apprenticeships in Ongoing Concerns – AAN • Delivery too complex • Low take-up of Apprenticeships in London and Public Sector • Poor advice and guidance • Continued completion rate increase • Framework content • Linking with Diplomas • FE/HE progression • National Clearing House (New Vacancy Matching System is a start) www. employersforapprentices. gov. uk