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The role of intermediary organisations in apprenticeship systems

Intermediary organizations in apprenticeships are those which act on behalf of, link, or mediate between the main parties – apprentices and employers. An intermediary organization in apprenticeship systems is thus one that undertakes one or more of the following activities: employs apprentices as a third-party employer; trains apprentices as part of a specific arrangement with groups of employers; or undertakes other apprentice support activities on behalf of an employer or a specified group of employers. This discussion paper highlights different ways of classifying intermediary organizations, provides examples of different types of intermediary organisations and examines the different roles they can play to support the effective operation of apprenticeship systems. In particular, the report includes brief case studies of intermediary organisations in Australia, India, England.

Sources

ILO

Country

Australia
India
United Kingdom

Regions

Global

Knowledge Products

Research papers and syntheses
Case studies and good practices

Sub Knowledge Products

Report

Issues

Apprenticeships
Access to training and skills utilization

Subject Tags

Apprenticeships
TVET systems
youth
youth employment
Labour market information
Skills and training policy
labour market

Publication Date

10/2019
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