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Improving the quality of apprenticeships in England

Antony Jenkins talks about the progress made during the first six months and our plans for the future

Transforming talent for today and tomorrow

A review of our first 6 months and our plans for the future


The Institute empowers employers to help them create high quality apprenticeships.

We are an independent public body that works hand in hand with employer groups called trailblazers to develop apprenticeship standards and assessment plans. Our role is to ensure apprenticeships are the best they can be, meeting the needs of employers and learners alike.

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Our #apprenticeship standard for a probate technician is now approved for delivery https://t.co/hHXqDEpJTF pic.twitter.com/F4P9pGc9rj

"The most important document in an apprenticeship is a commitment statement - an agreement every apprentice has wit… https://t.co/xtL3kCSHiq

Did you know you can find all apprenticeship standards approved for delivery and in development on our website… https://t.co/yg77870csk

Our December newsletter gives the latest news from the Institute https://t.co/dMaiSdIJ0Z. Get future editions in yo… https://t.co/oxksRLZBrO

Our #apprenticeship standard for a Lifting Technician is now approved for delivery https://t.co/cx7eXIMguJ pic.twitter.com/LfPBqLiX8t

Our board member Robin Millar CBE attending the #SkillsSummit https://t.co/oCO7jkp1QI

RT @Pipshow: Standing room only! Great sign of enthusiasm for business-govt partnership on skills. #SkillsNation #SkillsSummit https://t.co…

The Institute want to work closely with all involved in delivering #apprenticeships. Sir Gerry Berragan, Chief Exec… https://t.co/Lh9k6gkVXd

RT @ESFAgov: Schools in England can now access latest apprenticeship information directly from employers and their apprentices. To sign up…

Read about the headline results from our recent quality consultation in our new blog post from Richard Guy, Deputy… https://t.co/HWEE6OI0Sy