Perspective UK

Perspective UK

February 05, 2010 09:00 ET

Apprenticeships Are Efficient Alternative for Those Who Dislike School

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Feb. 5, 2010) - Apprenticeship schemes are the most effective solution for those students who don't enjoy the academic approach of schooling according to Perspective, a leading authority on learning management and apprentice training.

It is a well known fact that many students in school around the age of 15 or 16 can find it difficult to get on with school life, particularly when it comes to theoretical learning and examinations. Perspective has indicated that for many of these students it is likely that they would benefit from a work based learning environment, whereby they can earn money for their work whilst learning a valuable skill in the process.

The process has already proven to be a much more positive experience for young people who dislike school, and is a much more efficient way of educating the current generation of youth and maximising the output of skilled workers, currently in demand as the country emerges from recession.

Businesses that implement apprenticeship schemes as part of their recruitment strategy can benefit from a purposefully developed workforce, instilled with the best practices and ideals of a company, helping it to grow and increase its employee base in a cost effective way.

Paul Davis, Managing Director of Perspective, said: "Companies that grow their employee base from a grassroots level will benefit substantially in terms of both growth and economic value. The apprenticeship process is also highly rewarding for those learners who would perhaps previously have been disillusioned with academic schooling."

Perspective is a leading provider of training monitoring software for businesses that implement apprenticeship schemes. Perspective's Sunesis software package facilitates much more efficient management of apprentices undertaking training in a work-based learning environment.

Student mentors have the ability to monitor progress, check attendance, and create learner-specific training reports, ensuring that any performance issues are addressed and that targets set by both the trainer and trainee are met successfully.

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