A report setting out the learning and assessment experiences of more than 1,000 apprentices has been published today.  The 27 members of the Institute’s panel of apprentices, who represent the views of learners to apprenticeship policy makers, have reported on the responses and published recommendations for change. This is accompanied by the Institute’s analytical data report and tables.

The documents show that even with the COVID-19 outbreak, 87% of apprentices surveyed said they would recommend their apprenticeship to other people wanting to train in their occupation.  Most also believe (81%) they have been equipped with skills enabling them to adapt to future developments within their industry, while 82% felt satisfied their apprenticeship had laid the foundation for a successful career.  For more information please see Institute for Apprenticeships Survey.