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WELCOME TAKE ONE CALLING ALL EMPLOYERS
Paid Job Apprenticeships Work Trials Work Experience Mentoring Volunteering
Annie Peate Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
The Business Case for Employing Young People CIPD Learning to Work programme Wednesday 24 April 2013, Merton Chamber of Commerce Annie Peate, Programme and Policy Officer, CIPD The Business Case for Employing Young People CIPD Learning to Work programme Wednesday 24 April 2013, Merton Chamber of Commerce Annie Peate, Programme and Policy Officer, CIPD
Help prepare young people for work Make their organisations more youth friendly Increase employer engagement with young people What is Learning to Work? Aim: So that employers :
How? Research and Resources 1. Access routes: apprenticeships, work experience, internships 2. Business case 3. Recruitment practices and young people Galvanising employer action Steps Ahead Mentoring (SAM) Engagement with schools Raising awareness of the role of HR
Introduction Did you know......7 out of 10 employers believe they have a role in tackling youth unemployment......and three quarters claim to see the business case for employing young people... *CIPD Learning to Work survey, September 2012
Introduction However......Only half of employers planned to recruit a young person in the next 12 months......and only 41 per cent offer entry routes into their organisations for non- graduates... *CIPD Learning to Work survey, September 2012
5 reasons you can’t afford to miss out Building a strong talent pipeline Unique skills and perspective Workforce Diversity Employer Brand Cost - effectiveness
What can you do?
The Business Case ‘Investing in young people: Why your business can’t afford to miss out’ – Employer leaflet ‘The business case for employer investment in young people’ – Research report Recruiting Young People ‘Recruiting young people: Top tips for employers’ – Employer leaflet ‘Employers are from Mars, young people are from Venus: Addressing the young people/jobs mismatch’ – COMING SOON Apprenticeships ‘Apprenticeships that Work’ Employee Outlook: Focus on Apprenticeships Internships and work experience ‘Internships that Work’ ‘Work Experience Placements that Work’ Resources All available to download at: www.cipd.co.uk/learningtowork
John Robson Aztec Events (UK) Ltd
Alison Garland National Apprenticeship Service
Apprenticeships – Growing your Business 24 April 2013
16 Apprenticeships in Merton 24/04/2013 Overview What is an Apprenticeship? Why should I get involved? How can I find out more?
17 Apprenticeships in Merton 24/04/2013 What is an Apprenticeship? A job with formal training –Focused on the whole job –Technical knowledge, real practical experience Formal off-the-job training and practical application in the workplace Suitable for new staff and/or existing employees Skills for immediate job and future career Designed by employers in the sector Raymond Blanc & his apprentice Amber National Apprenticeship Service
18 Apprenticeships in Merton 24/04/2013 Apprenticeships in England Training Costs & Grants 16-18 year olds – training costs met by government £1500 Grant Employment & Salary 12 months employment £2.65 per hour minimum wage Training Provider Government approved training provider 1,100+ providers in England Accredited Apprenticeship Framework 200+ ‘qualification framework’ areas Levels 2, 3, or 4+ Over 100,000 employers in over 200,000 workplaces in England offer Apprenticeships
19 Apprenticeships in Merton 24/04/2013 Benefits – the bottom line Increased productivity and efficiency Reduced cost of recruitment Better retention Addressing your Skills Gaps Progression Develop current staff “Employers really value the benefits that an Apprenticeship programme can bring. The training apprentices undertake is grounded in the day to day running of the business – developing relevant skills that add to the ‘bottom-line’. “ Richard Lambert – CBI Director General Simon Deveraux (Channel 4) and his apprentice Gabrielle National Apprenticeship Service
20 Apprenticeships in Merton 24/04/2013 National Apprenticeship Service - How can we help? Government service created to increase Apprenticeships in England Free, impartial advice and information from an expert Help to find suitable qualification & provider Free recruitment service Provider will deliver the qualification, and support employer & apprentice National Apprenticeship Service
21 Apprenticeships in Merton 24/04/2013 Contact Details 08000 150 600 / www.apprenticeships.org.uk Alison Garland: 0207 904 0964 / email@example.com Raymond Kinsella: 07720 637 304 / firstname.lastname@example.org Indicate on your evaluation form if you would like us to contact you “London’s apprentices are now providing a fantastic contribution to our economy. It’s a two way street for all involved - with employers benefiting from fresh ideas and an entrepreneurial spirit, while apprentices gain confidence and a competitive understanding of the workplace.” The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson National Apprenticeship Service
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