The government’s levy for apprenticeships has been deemed a failure by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), with apprenticeship starts having dropped by more than a quarter since the levy was introduced in 2017.
This comes among news that university applications in England have hit record numbers. So what’s going wrong for apprenticeships? Do they need a rethink? And why do they deserve another chance?
From the Festival of Higher Education at the University of Buckingham, Barnaby Lenon CBE, Euan Blair, Professor Julian Chaudhuri, Dr Fiona Aldridge and Katherine Everest discuss.
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