Concerns About Fake Apprenticeships

21st September 2015

Concern is increasing over the number of “fake apprenticeships” being offered by companies.  Young people often undergo what they believe to be genuine apprenticeships only to find out at a later date that they are not properly qualified within their trade.

The government are working to ensure that the term “apprenticeship” is protected and legally defined so that it is an official title.  Following the introduction of the Enterprise Bill, employers can be prosecuted if they claim to offer apprenticeships but in fact only offer a low-level of training.

The full story is available online here.

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At Bridge Builders Mentoring, we believe that the gap between young men from poor socio-economic backgrounds and their full potential is never too large to overcome. Bridge Builders Mentoring Scheme provides young men the opportunity to gain additional support and guidance from adult mentors from professional backgrounds, who are experienced in life and work. Together, they can define, explore and overcome the problems that are so often associated with a low economic background.

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