"There is an overwhelming consensus, emanating from international organizations, as well as from social partners at the international level, that they offer a variety of benefits - and that certain steps should be taken and certain principles respected, with a view to supporting their design and implementation."

What is it?

This checklist helps users evaluate the evidence of the benefits of apprenticeships, as well as the awareness of those benefits among governments, employers, and young people.

How does it work?

Users may explore the different types of evidence collection methods to improve apprenticeship systems, on a per country basis.

Why is it useful?

It provides a comprehensive list of yes-or-no questions that stakeholders may use to identify weak points within apprenticeship systems.

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Checklist

Region

Global

Audience

Government officials, policy makers, and managers and practitioners responsible for the implementation of youth employment programmes.