I would recommend anyone who is involved or interested in apprenticeships should visit and explore the International Labour Organisations website right here.

— Read on www.ilo.org/global/topics/apprenticeships/lang–en/index.htm

They have some excellent resources and research form around the world.

Quality apprenticeships based on a robust regulatory framework and social dialogue can contribute to lowering youth unemployment rates, reducing skills mismatch and enhancing the productivity and competitiveness of enterprises. Historically, apprenticeships have been considered primarily as a means of facilitating the school-to-work transition for young people. However, in the context of a fast changing world of work, the apprenticeship model is empowering both youth and older workers to acquire new skills, reskill and upskill throughout their working lives.

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