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The National Apprenticeship Service supports the delivery of apprenticeships and traineeships in England.

It offers free, impartial advice and support to employers looking to recruit for the first time Employer Guide to Apprenticeships and Traineeships or expand their programme.

This guide gives an insight in to:

  • The business benefits of apprenticeships and traineeships
  • What an apprenticeship or traineeships involves for both the business and the apprentice - including the employer's responsibilities
  • The funding available to an employer towards the training costs
  • How to recruit an apprentice or trainee

To Download the Full Guide: Click Here


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Job interviews and other business meetings taking place over Skype are becoming increasingly common. You might be able to see one another, but a virtual interview or meeting over the internet is not the same as one face to face and you need to prepare accordingly.

Here are some considerations to help you embrace technology and master a Skype interview.

Dress Professionally
Q. Should you still dress as if you are in a face-to-face interview?

A. Yes – general interview etiquette still applies. The dynamics are different, with body language being the main barrier, so it is vital to make a good impression based on your dress and surroundings.

Don’t be tempted just to dress smartly from the waist-up, assuming that’s all the interviewer will see. As you use Skype more and more you will come across plenty of interview situations where the candidate or the interviewer has had to stand up – that unexpected knock on the door – a mobile phone ringing – situations that can only be dealt with by standing up! Being in formal dress will also help you to feel like it is a formal interview and put you in the right frame of mind.

Pick Your Backdrop Wisely
Q. How much attention will be paid to where you are sitting for the interview?

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