The National Skills Academy for Health has released a new video as part of their bid to encourage SME employers to take on more than 500 apprentices in the healthcare sector by April 2018.
Last year, the National Skills Academy for Health ran a campaign to promote the benefits of taking on apprenticeships. Their engagement resulted in over 755 young people taking up roles and many business leaders embracing the role of apprenticeship schemes within their organisations.
After last year’s success, the Academy has upped their target from 300, now encouraging employers to place more than 500 apprentices by promoting their benefits to the sector. The video champions work-based training programmes that provide apprentices with the relevant knowledge and skills to make a difference.
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