The ESFA is continually making improvements to the apprenticeship service to help employers make the most of their apprenticeship levy. Are you using the levy to its full potential for training your workforce? Recent updates on the service include: • employers being able to view an apprentice’s unique learner number (ULN), which will help when trying … Continue reading Latest improvements to the apprenticeship service
The register lists the organisations that are approved to deliver apprenticeship training to employers using the apprenticeship service. To be eligible to deliver apprenticeship training for apprenticeships, organisations must be listed on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP). Organisations that are listed on the RoATP have been through an application process with the SFA … Continue reading Apprenticeship training providers
Apprenticeship Levy is charged at 0.5% of your annual pay bill. You can use HMRC’s Basic PAYE Tools to help you work out how much you need to pay. For the first month of the tax year: Divide your Apprenticeship Levy allowance by 12. Subtract this figure from 0.5% of your monthly pay bill. For … Continue reading Levy – Calculate what you owe
Date and Time Wed 15 February 2017 09:30 – 12:30 GMT The Bristol Golf Club Blackhorse Hill Almondsbury BS10 7TP This free event is for teachers, careers advisors and other professionals working with young people in the West of England. The event is designed to improve knowledge and awareness of careers in the construction industry … Continue reading CITB Construction Careers & IAG Update
Information received from The Skills Funding Agency. From May 2017, the way apprenticeships are funded is changing – today we’ve set out how it will work. Our apprenticeship reforms will support an increase in the quality and quantity of apprenticeships so that more individuals have the chance to pursue a successful career – whether this … Continue reading Breaking News -Apprenticeship Funding Reforms
93% of employers would take on somebody who has completed 3 year apprenticeship over 3 years studying 18 August 2016 Sonia Rach According to recent study by Positive Outcomes, 93% of employers would opt to take on somebody who has completed a three year apprenticeship over somebody who has spent three years studying. Only 7% … Continue reading Employers prefer hiring apprentices than graduates
Apprenticemakers.org.uk is the national information hub and knowledge sharing network for businesses interested in apprenticeships. Apprenticemakers has been developed to help apprentice employers across the country make connections and ask each other questions about the benefits and challenges associated with recruiting apprentices….