Redrow recognised in Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers

4th July 2023

Employers up and down the country have been recognised by the government for their outstanding commitment to apprenticeships.


Redrow has been recognised for the quality of its apprenticeship programmes, securing 64th place on the Top 100 list alongside The British Army, Deloitte and Nissan.


The Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers are ranked not just on the number of apprentices they take on, but for their commitment to diversity and apprenticeship achievements. Their dedication to delivering high-quality apprenticeships plays a crucial role in boosting the skills and career opportunities of people from all backgrounds, while plugging skills gaps and helping the economy to grow.


Karen Jones, HR Director for Redrow said:


“We’re extremely proud to be recognised in this year’s Top 100 list. It is testament to all the hard work of our amazing apprentices, and teams and we are incredibly proud of everyone involved. 


We’re committed to providing the very best training to create a sustainable future for our industry and currently 15% of our total colleagues are working towards qualifications or on the job training, such as apprenticeships.


Education Secretary Gillian Keegan said:


“Congratulations to all the employers which have been recognised for their brilliant apprenticeship programmes.


My apprenticeship was my golden ticket to a successful business career. These employers in sectors from digital, childcare and healthcare recognise the benefits apprentices can bring to their business, helping to create a talent pipeline and filling skills gaps to grow the economy.  I would encourage all businesses - no matter what size or sector - to follow their lead.”


Find out more about our apprentices here.