New figures show record numbers of apprentices

October 2013
Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;10/21/2013, Issue 90, p2
The article presents provisional figures as of 2013, according to which 860,000 people with the gold standard of higher and advanced levels were involved in an apprenticeship from 2012-2013 and 1.5 million apprenticeship have been started since 2010.


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