An evaluation of the effectiveness of the Young Apprenticeships programme from its introduction in 2004 to the provision in 2006/07.

The Young Apprenticeships programme has continued to improve since its introduction. Improved collaboration in Young Apprentice partnerships has brought about stronger provision. Better monitoring of progress and improved advice and guidance has raised achievement and sustained high levels of student motivation and enjoyment. Employers saw significant benefits for themselves and for the students.

Version imprimable de cet article Version imprimable

Apprentissage en Angleterre dès 14 ans/ L’apprendistato in Inghilterra dopo i 14 anni

The Young Apprenticeships programme has continued to improve since its introduction. Improved collaboration in Young Apprentice partnerships has brought about stronger provision. Better monitoring of progress and improved advice and guidance has raised achievement and sustained high levels of student motivation and enjoyment. Employers saw significant benefits for themselves and for the students.

The Young Apprenticeships programme 2004–07: an evaluation

Valutazione allegata/ Evaluation en annexe

Contents

- Executive summary

- Key findings

- Recommendations

- Evaluation of the Young Apprenticeships programme

- Achievement

- Teaching, learning and assessment

- Curriculum programmes

- Working with employers

- Advice and guidance

- Management of collaboration and partnership activities

- Notes

- Further information

- Annex 1

- Partnerships visited