Prospects launches special edition Graduate Market Trends journal
Prospects has launched a special edition of the Graduate Market Trends journal to help people to gain a better understanding of the impact of the Apprenticeship Levy.
The journal was launched earlier this week and contains expert advice and insight into the Apprenticeship Levy, including the challenges that employers will face as a result of its introduction.
Graduate Market Trends is a quarterly journal that reviews the graduate labour market, and contains research in areas such as employability, social mobility and graduate development.
The latest journal offers insight into apprenticeships and the Apprenticeship Levy, with expert advice from the Association of Employment and Learning Providers, 3aaa Apprenticeships and the West Berkshire Training Consortium.
The journal contains advice on the opportunities and challenges that the Apprenticeship Levy will bring to employers, higher education and young people, with topics such as employer involvement, apprenticeship training and higher and degree apprenticeships being covered.
The journal also focuses on the future of apprenticeships and the benefits that they will bring to employers and employees.
Commenting on the journal, Prospects Marketing Director Sarah Brookes said: “Among the many issues that have arisen as a result of the introduction of the levy are a myriad of opportunities, but navigating this new era of apprenticeships successfully requires information and sharing of best practice.”
She added: “We have brought together a panel of experts to share their insights and advice on the topic to support anyone impacted by the changes.”
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