From apprenticeship programmes that ensure companies attract high quality entrants, to development training that guarantees the industry benefits from experienced and highly trained employees. BPIF Training have it covered.
BPIF monitor the political agenda and identify threats and challenges to the industry. Our work has secured funding and legislative change worth millions to the industry. In addition we provide independent and relevant research used by the industry and government.
The Government plans to raise £3bn a year to create three million more ‘high quality’ apprenticeships by 2020. From April 2017, there will be changes to the funding for apprenticeship training for all employers.
For National Apprenticeship Week the BPIF have partnered with a team of 8 students from Dundee & Angus College; all undertaking an HND in Computer Arts and Design: Digital Arts; an animated film course to produce a video to encourage school leavers to consider an apprenticeship in print.
The BPIF are delighted to announce that the first Kathy Woodward Award for Learning was awarded to Chris Pinborough, Manufacturing Manager at Ancient House Press Plc on 10September at the BPIF offices in London by BPIF CEO, Charles Jarrold, and Webmart representative, Rebecca Lambrianou.