Inside our supplement you will find comments from industry experts such as Lynne Sedgmore, executive director of the 157 Group, Graham Hoyle, chief executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) and David Hughes, chief executive of the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE). And that’s not all, we’ve produced a huge technical feature with analysis from today’s publication of the latest Statistical First Release (SFR) data.

So there’s plenty to get stuck into. Throughout next week, make sure you stay up to date with National Apprenticeships Week by following the hash tag #NAW2012 on Twitter or by following @feweek online.

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You can also read and comment on individual articles online:

Safeguarding the definition of apprenticeships ~ Graham Hoyle, CEO at AELP

How do we incentivise the employers? ~ Lynne Sedgemore, Executive Director at 157 Group

The empowering role of apprenticeships ~ David Hughes, CEO of NIACE

Apprenticeships are in need of innovation ~ Mike Lee, Director, Skills and Young People at Working Links

Apprenticeships: a little bit of advice ~ Peter Cobrin, National Education Director for

Innovative curriculum helps progression to apprenticeships ~ David Graily, CEO of NCFE

Interview with David Way ~ Chief Operating Officer of NAS

Interview with Ross Varnam ~ Autobody repair apprentice and WorldSkills silver medalist

FE Week’s Apprenticeship Week Event Calendar

FE Week’s analysis of the latest apprenticeship figures for England

Apprenticeship Week, get involved on twitter

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