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Bracknell Forest Council Survey of Businesses and Organisations who Employ Apprentices

Bracknell Forest Council’s Education, Skills and Growth Overview and Scrutiny Panel, chaired by Cllr Mrs Gill Birch, is seeking views from Businesses and Organisations within Bracknell Forest who employ apprentices. The aim of the review is to increase the number of young people undertaking apprenticeships, to support Bracknell businesses who employ them, and reduce the barriers in doing so.

The panel is really interested in hearing best practise as well as any challenges being faced. There are lots of businesses doing some great work in Bracknell to support their apprentices and it would be great for the Council to hear about it!

The link to the survey is below and should take around 5-10 minutes to complete.

Bracknell Forest Council – Overview & Scrutiny Apprenticeship Review: Feedback from businesses and organisations (

If any businesses would be available to speak to Councillors over Zoom about their experiences employing apprentices we would also be interested in hearing from them. Any Bracknell business would be welcome and we are particularly keen to hear from small to medium sized businesses.  If you are able to help with this request, or require any further information about the survey, please get in touch with Emma Young at or phone 01344 352000.  The survey closes on 15 December.

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