CII launches apprenticeships manifesto

Lord Sugar

The document, with a six-point plan to secure future growth in such apprenticeships, calls for greater stability, clarity and a move away from a "one-size-fits-all" mind-set.

According to the CII there were over 1,000 starts in 2012 for apprenticeships containing its qualifications.

The CII's manifesto calls for:

Standards and qualifications for apprenticeships to be created using the existing system of professional bodies working within the industry - rather than creating yet more processes or

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