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That this House welcomes National Apprenticeship Week 2012, run by the National Apprenticeship Service, from 6 to 10 February 2012, which aims to raise the profile of apprenticeships amongst employers, individuals, teachers, parents and the media; congratulates the 457,000 people who started an apprenticeship in 2010-11; recognises that apprenticeships help people develop the practical skills they need in the workplace; notes the contribution that apprentices bring to businesses across the UK as well as their value to the wider economy; further notes City Guilds' Million Extra campaign which is encouraging more employers to make apprenticeship places available; and calls on the Government to support employers to create even more apprenticeship places in 2012.
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