Social Mobility resources

Webinar for Employers: develop talent through apprenticeships

Be Bold: Develop talent through apprenticeships, drive social mobility

In this webinar, we consider some of the key benefits for employers – 92% of companies who run an apprenticeship scheme believe it leads to a more motivated and satisfied workforce, while 80% report higher retention rates.

We also take a closer look at apprentices themselves. Our research shows disadvantaged starters are more likely to be female and older (25yrs+), from a BAME background and are less likely to be levy funded.

Latest news and blogs

State of the Nation 2022 report – key insights

Our recently published State of the Nation 2022 report contains key insights on the state of social mobility right now in the UK. Using an innovative set of metrics, we were able to establish a new framework, the Social Mobility Index, to measure how socially mobile people are across the UK now, and in decades […]

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Delighted to announce that Alun Francis, our Deputy Chair and Principal and Chief Executive of Oldham College has joined the T Level Ambassador Network.

20/07/2022

The Network will help build T Level understanding and engagement throughout the #business community. As a member, we will advocate for #technicaleducation and will play a key role in driving engagement amongst industry and the education sector. Watch this space!

Find out more about T Levels and industry placement support for employers 👇
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