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Apprenticeships in England: what do we know?

Sandra  McNally,  November 2018
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Keywords: apprenticeships; labour market

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Increasing the quantity and quality of apprenticeships is high on the policy agenda in England. Research on this issue is a central focus of the Centre for Vocational Education Research (CVER). Sandra McNally summarises some of the most significant findings to date.

CentrePiece 23 (3) Autumn2018 pages: 2-5

This article summarises the following publication, as well as making reference to more recent findings: ‘Apprenticeships in England: What Does Research Tell Us?’ by Sandra McNally: CEP Industrial Strategy Paper No. 2.