Government refuses to help pay for apprentice training
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Government refuses to help pay for apprentice training

Opportunity to reform nursing apprenticeships missed, says RCN

Employers in the NHS are spending £97.5 million on training just 710 nurses through degree apprenticeships, yet the government is refusing to help cover the costs, says the employers’ umbrella body.

Nursing Management. 26, 2, 6-6. doi: 10.7748/nm.26.2.6.s2

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