We providing support to Livery Companies to set up, fund and administering Apprenticeship Schemes
The Livery Companies Apprenticeship Scheme is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee governed by a Board and run by an Administrator.
Created by the Livery Companies Skills Council to set-up and administer an Apprenticeship Pilot Scheme from 2012-2017, LCAS now provides an advisory service for Livery Companies to set up apprenticeship schemes and a management service for existing apprenticeship schemes.
Locating Jack as a child often required thrashing out vegetation or looking aloft into trees, so it would follow naturally that after gaining a first-class degree in microbiology, he yearned… read more
Aaron Wright completed his one-year Higher Apprenticeship in Stained Glass Practice in December 2015 and is a highly valued member of the Chapel Studio in Norfolk, increasingly taking on more… read more
Tom’s initial training was at Plumpton College in Lewes, East Sussex where he first gained a Level 2 Diploma in Environmental and Land Based Studies Diploma. He progressed to an extended… read more
I never imagined I would become a beekeeper. I recall doing a career prospects form at school. The results came in and, based on my answers I was to become… read more
Since the end of the government-funded Pilot Scheme, there have been 6 small cohorts of bee farming apprentices sponsored by Rowse Honey and the Bee Farmers’ Association and supported by… read more