Utilising intermediate apprenticeships for business success
Since the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy and Standards in 2017, apprenticeship training priorities have shifted for many businesses. Apprenticeships have replaced many organisations internal training and there has been an increased interest in the opportunity to deliver programmes from intermediate (Level 2) up to degree level (level 6 and 7) apprenticeships. With the recent pandemic causing job insecurity and potentially a reduction in team members, investing in your current team and providing essential training could support your business stabilise and succeed.
In this article we are focusing on intermediate apprenticeships and how establishing access to apprenticeship training for your junior team members, who are looking to develop, is a proven way to embed training into your everyday and create a training culture.
By delivering intermediate apprenticeships you can:
- Develop the professional skills within your business
- Grow your talent internally
- Improve your retention rates
- Inspire a culture of self-development