Marine apprenticeships have historically played a major role in developing the skills and expertise of the marine workforce. According to British Marine’s Labour Market Survey (September 2016), the UK marine industry employs 470 apprentices across 100 businesses. Almost three quarters of these apprenticeships are in manufacturing and engineering (43% boat manufacturing, 21% repairs and servicing, […]
The support your apprentices need
Our training is available either online or delivered as a workshop to suit your learner’s needs.
Sessions for between 10-14 people can be booked and delivered at your premises or chosen location.
Simple, step-by-step bite-sized lessons that your learners can access at their convenience.
What People Have Said
Partnering with Apprenticemakers has allowed us to launch the programme with real momentum, and delivering this quality of service has ultimately had a very positive ripple effect throughout the business. Alex Dean, CLARION
It was such an enjoyable and thought provoking day for us all, which really helped us identify ways in which we can best support the mentors in this new role. Following the training we’re really excited at the potential for our new mentoring programme to provide a new level of support to our apprentices Vicky James, Merlin
Over the last ten years we have worked with countless organisations, both large and small, to help them to implement mentoring programmes across their business. More recently we've been extending our experience and best-practice of mentoring to support apprenticeships.
We've collected a number of case studies from organisations who have successfully intgrated mentoring into their apprenticeship programmes.
As a key factor of pastoral care it has been shown to increase productivity, improve retention rates and support the development of a committed workforce.