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Digital and Cyber Apprenticeship Employer Toolkit

A practical guide for employers on cyber security and digital technology apprenticeships.

This toolkit will guide you through the different types of training available for new recruits and for members of your existing workforce. It will also explain some practical considerations relating to wages, your responsibilities as an employer, funding for training, and other important points to think about. It also highlights options for attracting new talent into your organisation, including through work experience placements, apprenticeships and internships.

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