Business Success Stories

Apprenticeships are having a positive impact on businesses and the wider economy throughout Wales.

Take a look at how businesses in Wales use apprentices to tackle skills shortages, increase productivity, improve competitiveness and secure a committed and competent workforce.

Apprenticeships: click here to register your interest and find out how your business could benefit.


IT and business consulting firm develops next generation of leaders through apprenticeships.

Real SFX

Give your business a creative boost with apprenticeships

Newport Wafer Fab

Newport Semiconductor company encourages others to recruit apprentices.

Redrow Homes

Apprenticeships bridge skills gaps for national housebuilder.


Openreach on invigorating their business with apprenticeships

Radnor Hills

Spring water and soft drinks manufacturer Radnor Hills says they wouldn’t be where they are today without its army of apprentices.

High Precision Wales

Family-run manufacturing company, High Precision Wales, says apprentices allow time for business development and help to tackle a growing skills gap in their industry.


Welsh broadcaster, S4C has invested in apprenticeships as part of its commitment to training and developing skills locally protecting the future of the business.

Bryson Recycling

An Abergele-based recycling company says apprenticeships are vital to ensure a sustainable workforce by developing skills and investing in future talent.

Elite Paper Solutions

Elite Paper Solutions hired 21-year-old Josh O’leary from Tredegar, as an apprentice in 2017.


Apprenticeships are the clear choice to recruit and train staff.


Apprenticeships improve engagement for Wrexham manufacturer.