Last month, the Department for Education released two complementary reports into apprenticeships highlighting both the learners’ and employers’ roles.
Undertaken by IFF Research, this year’s Apprenticeship Evaluation Learner Survey 2017 is the fifth annual report since the series was launched in 2012.
The evaluation, which is the companion to the Apprenticeship Evaluation Employer Survey, surveyed the opinions of 5,825 Level 2, Level 3 and Higher apprentices; equally split between current apprentices and those who had completed their apprenticeship during the summer of 2016.
This annual assessment of apprenticeships and apprentice experiences aims to keep track of set areas in order to ensure they remain relevant and useful to both learners and employers – as well as shape their development over the coming years.
To read the results of the reports, click here.