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DfE launches apprenticeship survey

29 September 2017

Following the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy earlier this year, the Department for Education (DfE) is running a survey to gauge its impact.

Reforms to funding apprenticeships and training have been implemented with the aim of creating 3m new starts in England by 2020.

"Apprenticeships are a key part of creating a stronger and fairer economy where people of all ages and backgrounds can fulfil their potential," said the DfE.

The survey is accordingly aimed at discovering how the reforms have affected employers and training providers.

Although feedback from employers, providers and representative bodies has been received since the Apprenticeship Levy introduction, the DfE survey is described as a "further opportunity to comment on apprenticeship funding policy and how it is working for you and your organisation".

Those wishing to take part in the survey can do so here.

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