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How apprenticeships can support your organisation

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shape the way we all work, we’re here to help your organisation adapt to the new normal. From developing new skills to improving productivity, apprenticeships bring a host of benefits to help your organisation survive and thrive. 

Boosting skills, productivity and flexibility

If your apprentice has taken a break in learning, now is the time to think about getting things up and running again. Apprenticeships offer a great way to develop a skilled, motivated and loyal workforce - a valuable asset to help you adapt in an ever-changing climate.

Lots of organisations have experienced the benefits of apprenticeships, for example:

  • 86% of employers say apprenticeships developed skills relevant to their organisation
  • 78% of employers report improved productivity
  • 90% of apprentices stay on in their place of work after completing an apprenticeship

When it comes to apprenticeship training, there’s room for flexibility. This means you may be able to adapt your apprentice’s training to meet your current needs, even if their role has changed.

Find out how to resume apprenticeships 

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How apprentices are supporting their employers during the pandemic

Many employers are using apprenticeship training as an important tool to help their organisations adapt to the new normal. For Annie Cook, Career Development Manager at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, apprentices have been a valuable source of support throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

“In response to COVID-19, we undertook work assessments with our apprentices and their managers as to how they wished to proceed during the crisis and agreed, subject to our risk assessments, if they would continue to work or take a break in learning.

We worked closely with our training providers to provide online delivery and we extended mentoring to weekly contact. Throughout the pandemic, our apprentices have been an integral part of our workforce at what has been an incredibly challenging time for everyone, and we are very proud of them. We are supporting all our apprentices so that they are able to go on and complete their apprenticeships.”

Annie Cook - Career Development Manager, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital