A new toolkit will help employers and awarding bodies tackle problems with inequalities and lack of diversity across apprenticeships and technical education. It has been published today by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) along with a new strategy for supporting employers to design more inclusive training programmes. IfATE analysed data around age, sex, ethnicity, disability, and how skills training supports social mobility. The resulting toolkit is full of honest reflection and advice on how to make a difference. Click here for the results of the IFATE analysis and more information.