Find all the good practice case studies from throughout the Apprenticeship Toolkit here.
Building interest in STEM (Rolls-Royce)
Using your apprentices as ambassadors and role models (TB+A)
Offering employees allocated time for outreach (Balfour Beatty)
Working with schools to build an outreach programme (Babcock International)
Getting girls engaged in STEM (RB)
Building pathways for women and girls interested in STEM (EDF Energy)
Supporting girls and their parents to consider STEM apprenticeships (BAM Nuttall)
Working with partners to deliver inspiring outreach (BAE Systems)
Adapting recruitment processes to avoid bias (Siemens DF PD)
Designing an accessible recruitment process (EDF Energy)
Working with clients to offer apprenticeships to local communities (Kier Group)
Creating a recruitment campaign that works for women (Welsh Water)
A co-ordinated approach to recruiting women onto STEM apprenticeships (Derwent Training Association)
Involving the whole team in the recruitment process (BAM Nuttall)
Offering initiatives to support girls with their application (Jaguar Land Rover)
Building a supportive environment with a dedicated Training Manager (InCommunities)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for women (Transport for London)
Creating a sense of belonging with re-designed PPE (Babcock International)
Supporting apprentices throughout training (Siemens DF PD)
Embedding inclusiveness within safeguarding (BAE Systems)
Offering structured orientation to apprentices (Goldman Sachs)
Running inclusivity training workshops (Babcock International)
Supporting apprentices with mentors (Aveva)
Involving the whole team in mentoring (TB+A)
Transitioning apprentices to the main workforce from day one (Jaguar Land Rover)
Integrating apprentices into the wider workforce (Siemens DF PD)
Supporting apprentices through their transition (Welsh Water)
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