Video – Why some seek apprenticeship more than university degree

The government launched an apprentice levy in England to get more people into vocational training, but the number of apprentices has since fallen.

BBC Politics Live reporter Greg Dawson looked at whether apprenticeships are accessible enough for young people who might decide going to university is not for them.

Watch the interviews with apprentices and those working to help young people gain easier access to vocational training. 

Also Watch the studio debate that followed this film

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