Plant & Works Engineering
Industry calls for T levels boost to avoid repeating Apprentice Levy errors – Make UK

Britain’s manufacturers are urging the Government to work more closely with business on new reforms to technical education or, risk repeating the same mistakes over the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy which was rushed in without proper consultation.

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