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The importance of apprenticeships in post-Covid recovery

Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on the UK’s employment, and with the unfortunate fact that young people have been hardest hit means that we are at risk of losing an entire generation. The government has recognised the importance of apprenticeships in helping the UK economy recover post Covid-19, and this has been acknowledged in […]

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Five reasons you should power up your skill set with JTL

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) exists to ensure that employees enhance their skills and abilities once they have formally qualified. It involves ongoing upskilling to make sure that further learning is progressed in a practical and relevant way. CPD allows individuals to regularly focus on important areas of development and reduce any shortfalls in knowledge that […]

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Webinar: Top tips for taking on an apprentice

Thinking of taking on an apprentice? As work begins to find a new normal and demand seems to be on the rise, could now be a good time to think about taking on an apprentice? If this sounds like something you have been thinking about, Sam Gillespie from JTL will be talking through the process […]

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Webinar: Advice for taking on an apprentice

Been thinking about taking on an apprentice? JTL believes that this is the time to be optimistic and as Britain goes back to work JTL are on hand to support the future training needs for our industry, and to ensure the pipeline of skilled tradespeople continues. Join us on 16 June at 1pm for a live […]

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JTL 'seriously concerned' by failure to enable training providers to talk to pupils about their options

JTL says it’s hugely disappointed by the apparent failure of the so called Baker Clause to enable training providers to gain access to schools and their pupils to ensure that young people are informed about their options – including apprenticeships – once they leave full time education. Research by the Institute for Public Policy Research […]

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