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.
Posts about how the Civil Service is supporting and promoting apprenticeships across government.
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.
Sarah Bishop, Head of the Government Apprenticeship Strategy Team, urges departments to think big and create more apprenticeships.
Government Communication Service apprentice Hyo Adams explains how a Civil Service apprenticeship gave him a new chance for a career.
Robyn Haigh, an apprentice at the UK Space Agency, tells how she took the first steps in the job of her dreams.
HMRC apprentice Joe Powell talks about his work as a software developer and why he's joined the ranks of apprentice ambassadors.
Cabinet Office's Jake McClure, currently on a secondment with City & Guilds Group, extols the value of volunteering as an enterprise adviser supporting young people into a career.