With a traineeship you can enjoy the advantage of a prolonged chance to discover what a young adult can achieve and more importantly if they are the correct fit for a vacancy or apprenticeship to plug a skills gap.
So with a traineeship you have an opportunity to assess the trainee’s skill level and perspective. Having said that you are under no obligation to provide a permanent role, and even better there is no cost for having a trainee because they are funded by the U.K Government.
As trainees tend to be out of work, most are very eager to work and are committed to thriving and advancing.
We have seen a significant acceleration in the national uptake of traineeships and this is because the number of employers who have realised the benefits a traineeship brings to their business has soared.
Offering traineeships gives you the opportunity to create a supply of exceptional future candidates for your business, while assisting young adults with taking their first steps into employment.
Young adults have a lot to offer businesses and to get the best chance of a positive outcome businesses need to understand that it is very much a two way street in terms of learning. Bringing in a trainee can be reciprocally beneficial learning experience. Additionally young adults have the potential to bring in fresh insights and ideas to the business.
With a trainee your current employees will have the chance to build their own mentoring and training skills, while they support the trainee. The development of these coaching and management skills can be very beneficial to the whole business by providing staff with more responsibility and confidence.
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