Apprenticeships are changing and, as an employer of apprentices how you deliver your apprenticeship training will also change.
One of the major differences is that employers now have more control in the design and delivery of their apprenticeships. This will ensure that any new apprenticeships offered are flexible enough to meet the needs of both businesses and apprentices.
From April 2017, employers will also contribute to the cost of apprenticeship training, either through a new levy (for all employers with a pay bill over £3 million) or though co-investment with the government.
To find out more, we'd like to invite you to join our free webinar: Employer Funding for Apprenticeships, on Thursday the 8th of December from 3:30 - 4:30 pm.
QUESTIONS WE WILL HELP YOU ANSWER
* Will my business need to pay the levy, how do I calculate it?
* How will levy payments be collected?
* What can I spend the levy on?
* How do I access my levy funds to pay my training provider or college for apprenticeship training?
* What if I don't have funds to cover the apprenticeship programme I need?
* How do I work with providers and colleges moving forward?
* I have a paybill under £3million so will not pay the levy. Do I need to pay for apprenticeship training?
* How much will I need to pay for apprenticeship training for different occupations, is the cost the same for levy payers and non-levy payers?
* Can my business deliver apprenticeship training in-house?
We look forward to having you at Employer Funding for Apprenticeships 8 December 3:30 - 4:30 pm.
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