Welcome to: The part-time flexible Apprenticeships Survey

Over the past few weeks I have been conducting research into part-time apprenticeship and flexible apprenticeships and would really welcome 2 minutes of your time to complete this survey.

A shortage of flexible and part-time apprenticeship programmes mean that people who are unable to work full time are missing out on training opportunities.

Men & women, disabled people, people with caring responsibilities and young people leaving the care system – unable to train or find work at all.

For employers, opening up more part-time and flexible apprenticeships will also help create more diverse workplaces, reduce gender inequalities and tackle skills shortages.

Providers and employers must work together to deliver high-quality, flexible, part-time apprenticeships if we are to achieve workplace gender equality.

Developing better apprenticeships would help people from underrepresented groups get into work and training, benefiting families, businesses and the economy

The Funding rules state:
Working fewer than 30 hours a week or being on a zero-hours contract must not be a barrier to successfully completing an apprenticeship. We will monitor working hours data and patterns of behaviour to ensure that sufficient off-the-job activity is done to ensure successful completion of the apprenticeship, regardless of the number of hours worked.

View the apprenticeship funding rules for:

training providers

Information gathered (not contact information) will be shared with the Dept of Education and other interested parties.

You are able to tick more then one box per question in the survey below.

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* 1. Contact information

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* 2. Role in organisation

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* 3. Organisation Type

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* 4. Do you Employ/Train part-time apprentices: Apprentices work less then 30 hours a week

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* 5. If Yes how many hours a week do the Apprentices work (under 30 hours a week)

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* 6. How many part-time apprentices does your organisation train/employ (apprentices working under 30 hours a week as an apprentice)

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* 7. If no: Reason you do not train or employ apprentices part time

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* 8. Would you be interested in training/employing  apprentices part-time

The Learning and Work Institute are currently undertaking a piece of research for the Department for Education (DfE) around part time and flexible apprenticeships, and are looking for organisations to take part in their research who are either planning and developing or currently delivering part time or flexible apprenticeships.

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* 9. I would be willing to discuss further with the Learning & Work Institute

Thank you for taking the time to complete the Survey Apprenticeships4England

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* 10. Any further comments 

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