Impact assessment

National Apprenticeship Service: equality impacts of proposed changes

Summarises the equality impacts of proposals to prioritise the efforts of the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) where apprenticeships deliver…

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Equality impact assessment: changes to the apprenticeship programme.

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Summarises the equality impacts of proposals to prioritise the efforts of the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) where apprenticeships deliver the greatest benefits, and for an incentive payment for small employers to take on a young apprentice for the first time. These proposals were announced in the education and skills growth review by Vince Cable in November 2011. Underlying data for this publication is available in a machine processable format on the Transparency/Report Data webpage.

Published 1 February 2012