TJ Newsflash: 10 February
This week’s selection of news celebrates the world of apprentices
It’s National Apprenticeship Week here in the UK – an annual event when we mark this important method of developing young, and old, to fulfil the roles needed by business and industries of every type.
Apprenticeships have gained traction since the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy, a tax imposed by government on employers who have an annual pay bill of more than £3 million. They have also become more popular with more academic young people who are looking for ways into careers that don’t involve incurring a student debt.
Read on to find out about initiatives and events this week, government policy, some inspiring case studies and how Euan Blair (yes son of Tony) has made his fortune in the apprenticeship arena.
National Apprenticeship Weeks Resources – Amazing Apprenticeships
NAW 2022 | Case Study | HIT Training apprentice Rob Chivers – Institute of Hospitality
Dana James-Edwards shows the importance integrity when having sensitive conversations
How can organisations empower staff to address unintentional exclusion and microaggressions? Salma Shah offers some solutions to improve inclusion and engagement
Sarah Cook and Steve Macaulay provide advice on developing a feedback culture that promotes on-going feedback and continuous improvement
We need to do a better job of preparing young people for the world of work, so they can make informed choices and build fulfilling careers.
Anthony Santa Maria on how personalised learning builds future-ready workforces
The CIPD’s One Million Chances campaign is looking for Enterprise Advisors to develop strong careers...