New apprenticeships mean more young people in Bosworth Constituency getting the skills they need for the future

David Tredinnick MP has welcomed new figures showing 800 new apprenticeships were started by people in the Bosworth constituency last year. In total 3,900 new apprenticeships have been started in Bosworth since 2010.

Across England more than 1.9 million apprenticeships have been started since 2010 – with the number of apprenticeships having more than doubled in this parliament.

As the Prime Minister announced on Monday a future Conservative government would go even further having made a £1 billion commitment to deliver 3 million apprenticeships by 2020 and end youth unemployment, which is down 253,000 over the past year – the largest annual fall since records began.

David Tredinnick said, “These figures are great news. 3,900 new apprenticeships since 2010 means more young people in Hinckley & Bosworth getting the skills for they’ll need for the future.

“I’m pleased a future Conservative government would go even further, with a £1 billion commitment to deliver 3 million apprenticeships by 2020 and to end youth unemployment.

“By making sure, as part of our long-term economic plan, we deliver the best schools and skills for young people we are ensuring the next generation have the skills and opportunities they’ll need to get a good job – so they can have a brighter, more secure future ahead of them.”