Achievement rates for apprenticeship programmes, just published by the Department for Education (DfE), show Truro and Penwith College is in the top 10% of all 173 College providers nationally.
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Cornwall Chamber of Commerce announces two of its key themes for 2020 – Leadership and Cornwall: A Great Place to Work.
An employer initiative launches its first fully-funded initiative of the kind, which focuses on teaching a range of hospitality skills before a guaranteed interview for a summer hospitality job.
Apprenticeships have come a long way. These days you can sign up existing employees, and there’s no upper age limit. Apprentices can study for a degree and the Government will stump up 90% of the tuition fees in many cases. What’s not to like?
Companies with a headcount of 250 shell out, on average, £116,545 a year on recruitment agency fees – even if they are not increasing headcount.