Article Tag: apprenticeship levy

Apprenticeship Reforms: What’s Next For Schools?

It’s no secret that the government has been working with employers to further increase the quality and quantity of apprenticeships in England. The current apprenticeship reforms are designed to focus on the skills, knowledge and behaviours that are required for the workforce of the future. They also aim to give the employer more control over… Read more »

An Employers Guide To Employing An Apprentice

Are you thinking of employing an apprentice? Find out the facts with our guide for employers Employing an apprentice in the right role can create a win-win situation for the business and for the apprentice. The business gains fresh new talent and energy at a reasonable cost, whilst the apprentice gains confidence, skills and experience…. Read more »

Apprenticeships: What Should Employers Be Considering In 2017?

Is your business ready for the Apprenticeship Levy? From April 2017, both public and private sector employers* who have an employee payroll of more than £3million will be required to pay a levy of 0.5% on the payroll bill (less an allowance of £15,000). This will be paid to HMRC through PAYE and will be… Read more »

Your Guide To The Apprenticeship Levy

From April 2017 major changes will be introduced to the way in which the government funds apprenticeships. These changes will be known as the apprenticeship levy. Some employers will now be required to contribute and there will be changes to the funding for apprenticeship training. This will be especially relevant to organisations that have a… Read more »