Survey launched to allow apprentices voices to be heard

If you’re an apprentice and want to have your say, now is the time to do it!  A new survey has been launched by the Apprentice Industry Council to allow apprentices to share their views about a variety of factors, including the current perception of apprenticeships in the marketplace, and their satisfaction with the guidance they were given before becoming an apprentice.

The survey results will be presented to the relevant skills ministers, MPs, stakeholders and policymakers, and will be used to shape the advice, training and consequently the careers for those in future years to come. The first-hand experience of the young people both before, during and after embarking on apprenticeships produces compelling evidence which must be heard and acted upon.

The Beacon award winning and Ofsted Outstanding Aspire Training Team encourages all apprentices and learners to take part in the survey.

Kelly Russell, Training Team Director at Aspire Training Team said, “It is so important for apprentices’ voices to be heard. Without their input, we are not able to gain feedback on our teaching methods which could impact the overall experience for a learner.  We currently have over 200 learners and welcome the idea of receiving valuable suggestions from them; after all, who knows what it’s like to experience the full process better than the learners themselves.”

If you are an apprentice that has not yet completed the survey, please click here before Friday 19th February 2016.

If you would like more information on becoming an apprentice with Aspire Training Team, email or fill out an enquiry form on our contact page.

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