The Inclusion Apprenticeship Programme from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) won the Developing People Award, presented by Elizabeth Gardiner, First Parliamentary Counsel and Permanent Secretary for the Government in Parliament Group in the Cabinet Office. This award recognises …
Apprenticeships aren’t just for teenagers, and age is no barrier. When mum, Nikki Hanmer, 27, wanted to change career, she set her sights on a Civil Service apprenticeship and hasn’t looked back. Hello, I’m Nikki Hanmer and I’m a recent …
Thinking of an apprenticeship? Go for it, says former Civil Service apprentice, Henry Reed. It gave him recognised qualifications, valuable work experience, lasting friendships and much more. I joined the Civil Service in 2015 as a Business Administration Apprentice. …
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, we asked current and former Government Communication Service apprentices in departments across government to reflect on their experiences and career journey to date.
For National Apprenticeship Week, we asked two colleagues, Natasa and Marcel, what attracted them to an apprenticeship in the Government Property Profession, and what they are getting out of it.
In this, the second in a series where we ask civil servants to talk about their experience of managing apprentices, we hear from Malcom Watson of Crown Commercial Service.
Apprentices are an important part of the government workforce. But what’s it like to manage an apprentice? In a series for the Civil Service blog, we are asking line managers about their experience.
Recruiting apprentices has brought new benefits to the Crown Prosecution Service, says Senior HR Manager Debra Cheers.
Sara Wolfson of the Financial Reporting Council on the benefits of apprenticeships to both apprentices and employers.
Doing an apprenticeship has opened new doors for the Home Office's Alex Sutton.