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  • Employment Memo - Training and performance - Training - Trainees and apprentices - 6349
    Traineeships and apprenticeships are useful methods for training the next generation of workers and government support may be available in certain circumstances. Since 2012, two new forms of apprenticeship have been created. They were introduced both to reduce red tape and also to appeal to employers more than traditional apprenticeships did, largely because they are now less difficult to bring to an end (ΒΆ6354). Although training and apprenticeships are open to all age ranges from 16 and upwards, in theory...
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  • Employment Memo - Training and performance - Training - Trainees and apprentices - Apprentice - a. Types of apprenticeship - Common law apprenticeship - 6354
    Traditionally, apprenticeships were governed by common law, which provides apprentices with significant protection and makes it difficult for the employer to bring an end to the arrangement if the relationship does not go to plan. The apprenticeship is based on an agreement between the apprentice and the employer, and has to be for a fixed period or until specified qualifications are achieved. Consequently, it is not terminable on notice, nor can it be terminated for misconduct in the same way as an ordinary...
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