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Last edited 19 Jul 2022
ECA members named top apprentice employers
ECA Member firms Clarkson Evans and NG Bailey were listed in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list. Darke and Taylor and Derry Building Services made the top 20 of the Top 50 SME Apprenticeship Employers list.
"These ECA Members’ appearance in both the overall top 100 and the top 20 of SMEs is welcome confirmation of electrical contracting employers’ ongoing commitment to training the next generation of skilled electricians.
"This year has seen record levels of electrical apprentice recruitment across the whole UK, but we are still falling some way short of the numbers we require. More companies need to follow the inspiring example set by Darke and Taylor, Derry Building Services, Clarkson Evans and NG Bailey.”
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said:
"Apprenticeships offer people of all ages and backgrounds the chance to gain the experience and skills needed to hit the ground running in their chosen career, while delivering the skilled workforce businesses need to grow and thrive."
The Government website reads.
The public sector secured the prestigious top slots on the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers 2022 list, with the Army first, the Royal Navy second and Royal Airforce in fourth place, closely followed by the Department of Work and Pensions in fifth position.
Lander Automotive Ltd has also topped a new category this year – Top 50 SME Apprenticeship Employers 2022 – which for the first time recognises the critical role these organisations play in creating opportunities, particularly for younger people and those in disadvantaged areas.
The leader boards are designed to showcase the very best of England’s apprenticeship employers, with those listed recognised for providing some of the most successful apprenticeship programmes over the previous 12 months.'
- Apprenticeships levy.
- Achieving carbon targets and bridging the skills gap.
- Boardroom to building site skills gap survey.
- Construction apprenticeships.
- Construction Industry Training Board.
- Construction apprenticeships.
- Construction apprentice earnings.
- Hourly rate.
- Interview with CITB
- National apprenticeship week - case studies
- New apprenticeship levy.
- National Infrastructure Plan for Skills.
- New apprentice levy funding model.
- Perkins review of engineering skills.
- Protection for apprenticeships.
- Skills shortage.
- Skills to build (November 2014 report).
- Tackling the construction skills shortage.
- 2015 Emergency Budget.
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