Britain's apprenticeship revolution - is it delivering?
Business leaders hope it can lift productivity and politicians of all colours are embracing the modernisation of the apprenticeship system - the Chancellor calls it his "march of the makers". But is the revolution delivering on its promise to our workers-to-be? Despite the rising cost of university and the promise of the new training, the numbers taking up apprenticeships are falling. You and Yours asks what it will take to create a system that can tackle the skills shortage and bolster long term economic recovery.