Research and analysis

Skills systems and apprenticeships: international approaches

A comparison of intermediate level skills systems, particularly apprenticeships, in 3 case study countries.

Documents

Intermediate level skills and apprenticeships: main report

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Intermediate level skills and apprenticeships: case study report

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Detail

This report presents an international comparison of the intermediate skills systems (particularly apprenticeship programmes) in Germany, the Netherlands and Australia. Using broad literature reviews and interviews with experts, the report looks at how other countries have developed their intermediate level skills systems, highlighting strengths and weaknesses and lessons that can be learned in the UK.