Being Prepared

Employers who have realistic expectations about employing an apprentice are more likely to be able to provide the right environment and training to successfully support an apprentice through to completion.

Being prepared for an apprenticeship means having a clear understanding of what is involved in taking on an apprentice and determining whether this is the best option for the business and whether the business can provide the necessary learning environment for an apprentice.

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