FE Week’s report on the “unstoppable rise of management apprenticeships”, should be a cause for celebration as opposed to concern.

Petra Wilton, Director of Strategy and External Affairs at CMI, responds to FE Week’s report on the “unstoppable rise of management apprenticeships” and explains how this should be a cause for celebration rather than concern due to the fact that poor management and leadership in the UK has for too long contributed significantly to the UK’s lower productivity when compared to other G7 countries. With bad management costing British businesses £19bn a year, the government’s £2.5bn budget comes in at significantly less.

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