While its head office is based in Sheffield, Realise has a team of Training and Development Officers across the UK to ensure the apprenticeship pledge will deliver nationwide benefits.
Gregg Scott, Managing Director of Realise, believes apprenticeships can play a vital part in helping businesses and individuals recover from the recent economic turbulence caused by the Covid pandemic and the cost of living crisis.
He said: “We are delighted to mark National Apprenticeship Week by reaffirming our long-term commitment to apprenticeships which have such a vital role to play in the long-term performance of the UK economy.
“All of our training programmes are tailored to meet the needs of individual employers and that bespoke approach means apprentices can make a real difference to the success of the company they are working for.
“From the employee’s viewpoint, we see our role as a training provider to not only develop and train people to meet the skills required by employers but also to help those individuals fulfil their potential through a ‘right learner, right programme’ strategy.
“That two-pronged approach can make a huge difference and help both our apprentices and employers to maximise their development.
“Apprentices have always been the lifeblood of many businesses and the starting point for the next generation of talent and that remains truer than ever today.
“Many of the sectors we specialise in will provide opportunities for people who have been hardest hit by the pandemic and cost of living crisis and we are proud to be playing our part in helping them look to the future with the hope and optimism an apprenticeship can bring.”