New government incentives from 1st April 2020 - 30th September 2021 mean that for any new apprenticeship roles created there are incentive payments of £3,000.
This is in addition to the £1,000 Government grant available for any business that recruits a new apprentice aged 16-18 years old and those under 25 with an
Education, Health and Care Plan
Staff Development and Upskilling
Training your staff has many advantages; it not only improves performance and productivity but allows them to grow and develop within their roles.
Whether you pay the apprenticeship levy or contribute towards training, you’d be surprised at the costs and how apprenticeships can provide an alternative, highly accessible and affordable means of training within your workplace.
Recruiting an apprentice is a great affordable way to bring new talent into your business. Apprentices can boost staff motivation, provide mentoring opportunities for existing staff, encourage the sharing of knowledge and skills - and it is an extremely cost effective way of growing your business.
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For employers in Cannock Chase, Lichfield, Tamworth and East Staffordshire - access funded training to progress your business through Skills Support for the Workforce.
SSW is co-financed by the Education and Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund. This means you can access a wide range of training at no cost* to your business. *subject to eligibility
LISA BARNETT / HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
Did you know? Employers who don’t pay into the apprenticeship levy, benefit from significant government funding to support their commitment to apprenticeships. Depending on the size of your business, government funding will cover between 95% and 100% of all training costs. If you are levy payer, you can use your available funds to recruit new apprentices or train existing staff
Elaine Woodman, Learning and Development Manager, whg
Our team provides expert advice and knowledge every step of the way. From the initial phone call or email, to understanding how to get the most out of your training budget, apprenticeship levy spend - or simply helping with identifying skills gaps - out team are here to help.
Whether you are looking to recruit an apprentice, are seeking information about the levy or how to use the Apprenticeship Service, our ebooks, webinars and tools are designed to give you all the information that you will need.