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Department for Education written question – answered on 21st June 2018.

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Photo of Thelma Walker Thelma Walker Labour, Colne Valley

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the Answer 5 March 2018 to Question 129461, what recent estimate he has made of the number of apprentices employed by Carillion who are yet to find alternative apprenticeship provision.

Photo of Anne Milton Anne Milton Minister of State (Education)

Holding answer received on 20 June 2018

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has engaged directly with 1,148 apprentices in England and the official receiver has reported that they have secured new employment, with wages, for 775 apprentices to date and one apprentice has moved into full time education.

The CITB continues to support all affected learners and offer a range of support options. They are currently engaged in further work with the apprentices specifically targeting the remaining cohort of disengaged learners. The active and disengaged figures fluctuate, as people engage and fall out of the process.

The breakdown of apprentices is as follows:

Category

England Apprentices

In paid employment

699

Pending: Terms and Conditions agreed with new employer

76

Sub Total - official receiver reporting as successfully employed

775

Moved into full time education

1

Successful outcomes as per official receiver

776

Carillion reporting as Active (learner is engaged with matching process and actively seeking future employment)

225

Carillion reporting as disengaged (learner remains currently not engaged in matching process, despite numerous targeted communications)

147

Sub total

372

Total agreed as starting point

1148

(Figures updated by Carillion Training Services / Carillion and CITB 13 June 2018)

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