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More and more employers are engaging in apprenticeships to develop and expand their businesses. Apprenticeships are available for newly recruited staff as well as existing employees. They help to refresh, enhance and develop your workforce to meet the growing needs of your business. This can either be employing a new member of staff as an apprentice or training existing employees to develop new skills. With the Government focus on growth, as well as the introduction of the apprenticeship levy, there has never been a better time to get involved. An apprenticeship enables individuals to study for work-based qualifications that are designed to meet the requirements of learners and employers alike. We offer a free training needs analysis to identify training solutions for your business. Contact us to discuss how we can help you to recruit, develop and retain your staff.
An apprenticeship is a work-based training programme designed around the needs of employers, which can lead to nationally recognised qualifications. Apprenticeships at BCoT do have entry criteria and each candidate will be assessed to ascertain their current level to ensure suitability onto the chosen apprenticeship programme.Apprenticeships are available for newly recruited staff and existing employees and there is no maximum age restriction. They help to refresh, enhance and develop your workforce to meet the growing needs of your business. Upon completion of an apprenticeship, employees not only achieve a nationally recognised qualification but will have gained the skills and knowledge required to make a positive impact within your organisation.
Taking on an apprentice or providing opportunities for your existing staff to undertake an apprenticeship can benefit you as an employer by:
Useful links: www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/employers/
Find out more about the benefits to your business as explained by Amazing Apprenticeships.
Small employers (up to 50 employees) training 16-18 year olds can claim full funding from the government. They are also given an employer incentive payment of £1,000 over two installments.Larger employers (with a salary over £3 million) can use their Apprenticeship Levy. They are also given an employer incentive payment of £1,000 over two installments for training 16-18 year olds.
All other employers who don’t pay the Levy are expected to contribute 5% of the cost of the training with the Government paying the other 95%. Again, if training 16-18 year olds, they are also entitled to the employer incentive payment of £1,000 paid in two instalments.
Apprenticeships are delivered in two ways and described as work based learning or day release.
If you are interested in recruiting an apprentice, please contact our Business Development Team:
We will check our files and recommend suitable candidates for your consideration. If there are no suitable candidates held on file then we can assist by:
Yes. Apprenticeships are not only for school and college leavers seeking employment; your existing staff can also enjoy the benefits. Employers find that training their existing staff through an apprenticeship programme is a cost effective training solution.
Aspiral Learning offer a wide range of apprenticeships (including a management degree apprenticeship), with some programmes starting at any point throughout the year, please contact the team to discuss in further detail.
Yes, incentive payments of £1000 are available to any employer training a 16-18 year old apprentice.