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young people would now consider an apprenticeship

More than half of young people would now consider taking an apprenticeship instead of going to university, according to a new survey that will provide a fillip for employers looking to attract fresh talent to maximise their return on the apprenticeship levy. 

Construction firm Redrow, which polled 1,001 individuals between the ages of 18 and 21, found 54 per cent of respondents would now actively consider an apprenticeship.

Despite this, the survey also found young people felt they were receiving poor quality information about apprenticeship options. Nearly three-quarters (74 per cent) said apprenticeships were not promoted in schools in the same way as other educational routes.

More generally, only 21 per cent of young adults said they received high quality careers advice at school, down from 27 per cent last year.

meet the apprentice


Channel 4

Being an apprentice has been the best time of my life, I have been able to do things that I am passionate about.  I have been able to meet so many different people. I’ve built up my confidence it has been the best experience it could have been


Technical Apprentice

“I found the confidence I needed to take the apprenticeship, because I knew theatre is what I loved and where I wanted to be.There’s never really a typical day. There’s always different working hours and different people, which is my favourite part of it.”


Data Analyst @ Warner Music Group

Throughout my apprenticeship, I learnt the fundamentals of big data analytics and data science, using the methods in a professional capacity. I gained real-world experience as a data analyst, learning programming languages such as Python and SQL to automate aspects of my role and aid in business decision making.



AAT Programmer

Lewis Barrell moved to Telford College from Walsall when he discovered the wealth of apprenticeships on offer, and is now on a level two AAT programme, combining his studies with a job at Kew Accounting. 

“An apprenticeship is a good option to get more work experience, and boost my CV,” he said.


Solicitor Apprentice

Rachael did not find out about solicitor apprenticeships until the beginning of year 13, as no students at her school had previously considered this route.

Rachael was encouraged to look into the apprenticeship route. This route would enable her to gain invaluable knowledge and experience regarding commercial law.

Apprentices are £50,000-plus better off than
the average degree student after three years of studying