Management apprentices will be an asset to HS2Wednesday 12 February 2020
Daisy Hooper, Head of Policy at the Chartered Management Institute, responding to the Government’s decision to proceed with HS2 said:
The green light has been given to HS2 which, if delivered well, will revolutionise the way travel takes place across the country. To ensure the project is managed effectively we'd like to see the Government deliver on its manifesto commitment to ensure a “significant number of new UK apprentices” work on all new infrastructure projects.
Management apprentices are an asset to projects like this. Through learning the best management practice and applying it in their jobs from day one, they help to innovate by challenging accepted ways of doing things. It's clear from what the PM said yesterday that big infrastructure projects need skilled managers to run the teams and operations to ensure the UK economy remains successful and competitive.
NOTES TO EDITORS:
Chartered Management Institute
- The Chartered Management Institute is the chartered professional body for management and leadership, counting more than 132,000 managers and leaders in its membership community
- There are 7,697 Chartered Managers
- Backed by a unique Royal Charter, CMI is the only organisation able to award Chartered Manager status - the ultimate management accolade, which is proven to boost individuals’ career prospects, management capability and impact in the workplace.