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Welcome to All About Apprenticeships, the podcast that brings you everything you need to know about the world of apprenticeships. Presented by business journalist Georgie Frost and sponsored by Checkatrade, All About Apprenticeships will keep you up to date with the latest news, bring you interviews with big name guests, and get up close and personal with the apprentices and employers. For more information about apprenticeships and some of the apprenticeship programmes supported by Checkatra ...
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Frankly Speaking - Adventures in Tech Apprenticeships

Cable Rose, Professional Success Coach, Franklin Apprenticeships

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Interested in how tech apprenticeships really work? Frankly Speaking explores the real people and businesses that are charting a new way to develop the technical skills that the American economy desperately needs. Hosted by Franklin Apprenticeship Professional Success Coach Cable Rose, Frankly Speaking is packed with real experiences, advice and lessons learned from apprentices, hiring managers, HR professionals and business leaders.
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Frankly Speaking – Adventures in Tech Apprenticeships was produced by Franklin Apprenticeships, a woman-owned tech apprenticeship company on a mission to unlock the potential of the American workforce. Franklin offers apprenticeships for a range of tech roles, such as cybersecurity, help desk, IBM Z, network engineering and software engineering. He…
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In this episode of All About Apprenticeships, we're lifting the lid on apprenticeships in proferssional sport. Careers in professional sport are notoriously short - so how can apprenticeships prepare athletes for life after sport and what role do they play in helping young sporting stars stay on top of their game? Joining host Georgie Frost for thi…
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In this episode of All About Apprenticeships, it's all about the exam results....and what comes next. The dust has settled on another year of GCSE and A-Level results and that means it's decision time for millions of young people. But how do you know what the best option is, where do you look for help and how has the landscape changed for the class…
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In this episode of All About Apprenticeships, we're asking, how do we encourage the next generation of apprentices? And could a new breed of trade influencers hold the key? Joining Georgie Frost are electricians Amy Barratt-Singh and Danny Webb, who started their trade careers in their late 20s. They have since established their own company called …
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In this episode of All About Apprenticeships, sponsored by Checkatrade.com, host Georgie Frost explores the role of apprenticeship training providers with Jill Whittaker, the CEO of HIT Training, the market leading expert ‘apprenticeship and training provider’ for the UK’s hospitality and catering industry, and KATE TAYLOR, the apprenticeship opera…
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Melissa shares her experience making the leap into a new career in tech with Franklin’s Network Engineering Pre-Apprenticeship. Around twenty years ago, Melissa started her career with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Horticulture from the University of California Davis. She's had several different kinds of jobs – from working with animals to c…
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Six years ago, an idea was born on the back of a napkin in a New York restaurant. Instead of relying solely on the same talent pool of computer science college graduates, the IBM zSystems Ecosystem team decided to build its own. Meredith Stowell, Vice President of IBM zSystems Ecosystem at IBM, and her colleagues have been developing and growing th…
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What is it really like setting up an apprenticeship program? How can skills-based hiring practices set up your workforce for the future? Workforce Futurist and Apprenticeship Guru Christina Arnone talks to Cable Rose about her experiences from the trenches of setting up highly successful apprenticeship programs. She started laying the groundwork fo…
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What do you do when you can’t find enough talented tech workers? For Gary Fusco from M&T Bank the answer is, grow your own. Based in Buffalo, New York, M&T Bank was struggling to find enough tech workers for their IBM zSystems Platform team. And they were facing impending retirement for some of their most experienced team members. As Technology Dir…
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We are back with season four of All About Apprenticeships, and this time we're sponsored by Checkatrade.com. And what better way to kick off a new (monthly) series than by talking to the brand new (reappointed) Minister for Skills, Apprenticeships and Higher Education Robert Halfon during the week in the year dedicated to all things apprenticeships…
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Kim Nichols, Founder and CEO of Franklin Apprenticeships, is on a mission to change the way American companies discover and develop talent. In this episode of Frankly Speaking, Kim talks to host Cable Rose about how Franklin has cracked the code for tech apprenticeships. She shares the highs and lows of building a company that is forging a new path…
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Tim Fry is a veteran of the United States Air Force who holds the distinction of being the first graduate in the country of the Professional Success Coach Registered Apprenticeship. Tim talks about his transition from the military and why apprenticeships are a great path for transitioning service members. He also discusses his role in helping appre…
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Oscar H., a former youth worker for a detention center in Buffalo, New York, describes how his IBM Z Apprenticeship at M&T Bank changed his life. “My apprenticeship was literally the turning table for my life and never in a million years would I have thought that I would be here,” Oscar says. Oscar has nearly completed his apprenticeship, and in th…
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Angie Voght, HR Manager, Black Knight Inc., discusses the strategic imperative of the company's IBM Z Apprenticeship program with our host, Cable Rose, Franklin Apprenticeship Success Coach. Angie shares her experiences supporting apprentices and managers throughout their apprenticeship journey, the challenges of recruiting and retaining tech talen…
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Introducing Frankly Speaking, the podcast that explores how tech apprenticeships really work. Our host Cable Rose, a Franklin Apprenticeship Success Coach, gives us an insider’s view from the real people who are using tech apprenticeship programs to develop the technical skills that the American economy so desperately needs. About Cable Rose Cable …
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It’s an industry worth billions of pounds, and it’s one that leads the way when it comes to technology and forward thinking - so why is the gaming industry so behind the times when it comes to apprenticeships? According to a recent report by Into Games, there are only 35 active apprenticeships in the UK gaming sector - and more than half of those i…
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In this episode award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost talks to Nicola Drury, UK apprenticeship manager at Amazon, to find out why they are investing big into their apprenticeship programme. Plus we hear from Anna Morrison, CEO of Amazing Apprenticeships on why apprenticeships are the perfect way for businesses (very) big or small to find …
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In this episode award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost talks to former Paralympian Amy Marren about her career in swimming and her decision to retire and pursue a career in law. They explore why apprenticeships are the perfect way to make a career change. Amy is a British double Paralympian, World and European Champion, and Paralympic Bron…
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In this episode award-winning journalist Georgie Frost talks to the BBC's Head of Early Careers and Staff Apprenticeships Sarah Moors, to find out why apprenticeships are so important to the future of the broadcaster, why it is committed to taking on 1000 new apprentices by 2026 and why apprenticeships are the perfect way for the BBC to meet its am…
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All about partnerships - why finding the perfect partner is key to making apprenticeships work for you. In this episode of All About Apprenticeships we’re finding out why partnerships between employers and training providers or between employers and the apprentices themselves are so important when it comes to making an apprenticeship or an apprenti…
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The Importance of Apprenticeships: how vital are apprenticeships post-pandemic? In this episode of All About Apprenticeships we’re gazing into our crystal ball and exploring the importance of apprenticeships in post-Covid Britain. Georgie Frost speaks to Jon Graham, CEO of JTL - a not-for-profit charity offering advanced apprenticeships in the trad…
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This week on All About Apprenticeships, we're going back to basics, as Georgie Frost speaks to Richard Hamer, Education and Skills Director at BAE Systems, to find out everything you need to know about setting up an apprenticeship scheme. How can you get it right for both you and your apprentices? Where do you get funding from? How important is it …
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In the first episode of series three of All About Apprenticeships, award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost chats to the new man in the top job - Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills Alex Burghart MP. In a conversation recorded ahead of National Apprenticeship Week, Georgie and Alex talk levelling up, why incentives are coming to an end, …
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In the final episode of series two, award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost chats to the Shadow Minister for Further Education and Skills, Toby Perkins MP, to find out what he makes of the recent cabinet reshuffle, how he views apprenticeships and what he makes of the age old apprenticeships vs university debate. You can find out more about…
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The BBC, Sky, PA Media and ITV are some of the world’s biggest media organisations but did you know they also offer some of the country’s largest apprenticeship schemes? It’s not just the glamour of broadcasting, but at the BBC for example, apprentices can be found across the business. You can see why apprentices would want to be a part of it but w…
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The UK Government has an ambitious ten-point plan to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and create and support up to 250,000 green jobs along the way. According to the Government, there will be "electric vehicle technicians in the Midlands, construction and installation workers in the North East and Wales, specialists in advanced fuels in th…
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It’s that time of the year again. A-Level results are out - with GCSE results following. Cue images of students jumping in the air across the news outlets. But it’s what happens next that really matters. This year saw a record number of A-Level students apply to go to university - but one of Britain’s most prominent education leaders says too many …
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Apprenticeships are just for young people right?? Wrong. In this episode Georgie talks to Britain's oldest apprentice, 76 year old Bob Bryce, about his career at Govia Thameslink Railway and why he wants to keep learning and working for years to come. Georgie also talks to Govia's Apprenticeship Manager David Jackson about why they attract so many …
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Presenter and award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost is joined by Anna Morrison, CEO and founder of Amazing Apprenticeships, and Sam Garnham, the External Qualifications Manager at St John's Ambulance, to discuss everything you need to know about apprenticeship training providers. As well as taking on their own apprentices, St John's Ambul…
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Presenter and award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost is joined by Helen Booth, from the Homeserve Foundation, and apprentice Dexter Hutchings, who is a member of the Young Apprenticeship Ambassadors Network, to cover everything you need to know about the incentives available to businesses when it comes to taking on an apprentice. Georgie, …
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Presenter and award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost is joined by Tim Smith, from Multiverse, and Lizzie Crowley, senior skills advisor at the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, as they get to grips with the Apprenticeship Levy. Georgie, Tim and Lizzie discuss how the levy works, whether it's actually working and do…
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Presenter and award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost is joined by Mark Donnelly, Head of Apprenticeships and Skills at BAE Systems, and Alison Jackson, Head of HR at Paragon Customer Communications, to talk about apprenticeships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - or STEM for short. Georgie, Mark and Alison dissect the sk…
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All About Apprenticeships is back. And to mark the start of a new series, presenter and award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost is joined by Anna Morrison, CEO and founder of Amazing Apprenticeships, and John Cope, director of strategy, policy and public affairs at UCAS, to talk about THAT big decision - whether to go to university or plump…
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In the final episode of series one of All About Apprenticeships, Georgie Frost is joined by Anna Morrison, CEO of Amazing Apprenticeships and Jenny Taylor, from IBM UK, who was named Apprenticeship Champion of the Year for 2020, to review the budget and talk about International Women's Day and gender equality in apprenticeships. Listen, subscribe a…
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In this episode of All About Apprenticeships Georgie Frost is joined by Laura Burley, Apprenticeship Ambassador at the Open University, and Tim Smith from Multiverse, to preview the Spring Budget, where the Chancellor has some tough choices to make. In the face of a big coronavirus bill, does he seek to balance the books? Or does he invest? What mi…
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In the third and final of our special National Apprenticeship Week episodes, Georgie Frost catches up with four of our All About Apprenticeships cohort to find out how lockdown is affecting them, plus what they'd like to see come out of #NAW2021. Dexter, Jasmine, Bibi and Sam also explain the challenges of starting out as an apprentice and tell Geo…
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In the second of our special National Apprenticeship Week episodes, Georgie Frost chats to Helen Booth, from the Homeserve Foundation, and John Frith, from Checkatrade, about the findings of the independent ‘UK Domestic Trade Skills Index’. The report has found that we're facing a trade skills shortage that could threaten Britain's economic recover…
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Welcome to National Apprenticeship Week! It's the 14th annual National Apprenticeship Week, an event which celebrates apprenticeships and champions the incredible opportunities on offer. And in the first of three bitesize episodes to be released during the week, Georgie Frost chats to Karen Woodward, the Employer Relations Deputy Director in the go…
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In the fifth episode of All About Apprenticeships, presenter Georgie Frost chats to a man who came up with the idea behind the Nissan Leaf, reinvigorated Aston Martin as its CEO and was dubbed the “Most Influential Person in the Global Automotive Business” and “Person of the Past 30 Years” by Auto Express Magazine. Sounds impressive right? Andy Pal…
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In episode four of All About Apprenticeships, presenter Georgie Frost chats to Channel Four's queen of lunchtime telly, Steph McGovern, about her apprenticeship at Black and Decker and how that shaped her career - and gave her the confidence to step in front of the camera. Plus we find out from Steph what a bull pizzle is and what she told the Educ…
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In episode three, presenter Georgie Frost dons her metaphorical fatigues and delves into the world of apprenticeships in the armed forces. After the British Army was ranked at number one in the UK’s top 100 apprenticeship employers, she speaks to Colonel Matt Ketterer, army lead for apprenticeship operations and quality assurance, to find out what …
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In episode two presenter Georgie Frost gets up close and personal with Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Gillian Keegan to explore her own experience of starting out as an apprentice at the age of 16, plus what the Government is doing to incentivise businesses of all sizes to take on apprentices during the pandemic. Georgie also chats to Isa Mutl…
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Welcome to All About Apprenticeships, presented by award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost, and brought to you by the HomeServe Foundation. In episode one we go back to basics to find out what an apprenticeship in 2020 looks like, how they have changed, how they've been impacted by Brexit and Covid, why apprenticeships are so important and …
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Welcome to All About Apprenticeships, presented by award-winning business journalist Georgie Frost, and brought to you by the HomeServe Foundation. Whether you're an apprentice, an employer, or you just simply want to know all about apprenticeships. This is the podcast for you.بقلم Checkatrade
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