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Aptem Intelligence Dashboard
2017 to present day

Synonymous with Aptem’s data driven approach, the Aptem Intelligence Dashboard turns ESFA apprenticeship reporting data into useful, digestible reports, using Power BI.

Valuable sector insights.

The Aptem Intelligence Dashboard (AID) is a repository of sector expertise allowing Apprenticeship providers to view competitive market positions, identify opportunities, and make data-driven strategic decisions.

Below you can view trends, analysis and statistics for the UK Apprenticeship Industry from 2017 to the present day. Use the drop down lists to filter. Use the arrows at the bottom to scroll through the different data views.

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Because of the nature of the information contained within this dashboard, it is best viewed on a desktop or tablet.

Reports derived from Department for Education published data, 2017 to present day.

Resources.

eBooks

White Papers and Research

Technology: the missing link in effective employability solutions

The employability sector has faced extreme difficulties as a result of the COVID-19 crisis of 2020. Unemployment has rocketed, redundancies have increased, and recruitment has slowed down. This white paper explores how technology can be utilised to create effective solutions that enable jobseekers to get back to work. The research explores sound evidence that seeks to explain how technology can aid the recovery of the sector.

Exploring alternative talent pools for recruiting employability professionals

The employability sector is gearing up to support a large cohort of unemployed people as the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic takes hold. The sector is going to need to both rapidly scale its adviser workforce to cope with the growing demand and find more efficient ways to manage mass re-employment activity at scale.  This research develops a sound evidence base to help service providers (public, private and voluntary sector) target their Adviser recruitment efforts and think creatively about where they can attract new talent for the sector.