Fewer people are starting work schemes

September 4, 1998

The number of young people on modern apprenticeship programmes has risen by 30 per cent over the past 12 months, while the number of people on government-backed work-based training schemes overall has fallen by 8 per cent. The number of people starting a modern apprenticeship, however, fell by 1 per cent, and the number starting work-based schemes was down 13 per cent.

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