Research and analysis

Supporting apprentices to succeed in an inner-city environment

Ofsted good practice example showing how Reflections Training Academy offers outstanding support for apprentices.

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Outstanding support for apprentices starts at induction by initially assessing their needs and promoting the support available to them. Apprentices benefit from healthy living advice, free breakfasts and fruit, and one-to-one literacy and numeracy support. Those apprentices who are made redundant are supported back into employment.

Published 25 September 2012