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Apprentice Line Managers – Survey results Anna Dent, London Councils
2 Open July – Sept 91 responses 16 boroughs Most managers working with 1 apprentice Survey background
3 Previous experience
4 Advice about working with apprentices
5 Experiences of recruiting an apprentice
6 Support for apprentices
7 Monitoring progress
8 Support for managers
9 Retaining apprentices
10 Overall experience
11 Key learning Learning provider Attitudes / expectations Regular contact / updates Recruitment Internal organisation
12 Key benefits Challenging existing thinking / fresh approach Developing managers skills Enthusiasm / willingness Passing on knowledge Bringing young people to workforce Enhancing knowledge / performance of team
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