Posted by Aston Avery

Apprentice star Tim Campbell MBE on children’s career prospects

Parents of teenagers (aged 15-16) admit to having a bleak outlook on their child’s working future.

According to new research from the Gatsby Charitable Foundation nearly nine in 10 (87%) think their child will face uncertainty in the job market when they leave education.

T-levels are a new qualification focused on the real world of work, designed with employers across multiple industries, they offer young people aged 16-19 an ideal first step into their future career.

The two-year T-level course offers a wide range of subject choices including Healthcare Science, Education and Childcare, Accounting, Digital Support Services, Legal Services, Management and Administration and many more.

Aston spoke to Tim Campbell MBE, first ever winner of The Apprentice and entrepreneur.

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