Apprenticeship plea

30th January 2009 at 00:00

The Association of Learning Providers has asked the Department for Children, Schools and Families if its members can make presentations on apprenticeships to secondary teachers during their in-service training days. The association hopes to make teachers better informed about apprenticeships when advising pupils. Chief executive Graham Hoyle is writing to Sarah McCarthy-Fry, the junior schools minister.

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