‘Training Matters’ will provide the opportunity for us to present to you details of our achievements to date and our plans for the future. It will also provide a forum for you to participate in the railway industry skills debate.
Work on the development phase of NSARE’s Skills Passport is now complete and NSARE’s initial test phase is also drawing to a close.
The current government’s drive to increase the number of apprenticeships in the UK was given a boost with more than 2000 apprentices starting within the rail industry over the last twelve months.
As an organisation committed to increasing the number of high quality apprenticeships for young people, NSARE was delighted to see the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills and Education appoint Doug Richard, an internationally recognised entrepreneur, and one of the original panel members of BBC’s Dragons Den, to lead an independent review into the future of apprenticeships.
NSARE and Gutteridge Haskins & Davey Ltd (GHD) have agreed to work collaboratively as part of their on-going commitment to BS 11000