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Government-funded apprenticeships are generally of good quality. Establishing universally recognised definitions and funding procedures should be a priority

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Graham Hoyle discusses the current state of the apprenticeship ‘brand’, arguing that – contrary to current media perceptions – there is no quality crisis, although a greater focus is needed on definitions and costs.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/43788/1/__Libfile_repository_Content_LSE%20Politics%20and%20Policy%20Blog_March%202012%20to%20be%20added_blogs.lse.ac.uk-Governmentfunded_apprenticeships_are_generally_of_good_quality_Establishing_universally_recognised_de.pdf

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