Make The Most Of Your Apprenticeship Levy

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Nov 19 2021
  • Did you know that the apprenticeship incentive payment of £3,000 has been extended for an extra four months? For apprentices that start their employment between 1 October 2021 and 31 January 2022, you will be able to claim their incentive payment once applications open in January 2022.


  • Apprenticeships are not just for young people and new recruits.  Anyone can become an apprentice at any age, whether they’re already employed in your school or not and whether they are full or part time.


  • Levy payments cover apprentice training, not salary, so using the levy to provide vocational apprenticeship training to develop existing employees is an excellent way to make sure you can utilise your levy pot. 


  • Apprenticeship standards are available for Teaching and Teaching Support staff, Business and Administration employees, Child Care and Early Education workers and many other school roles. 


Apprenticeship standards / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education


Who should attend the workshop?



School leaders who would like a better understanding of the following:


·        What is the apprenticeship levy and how does it apply in schools?

·        How do I access the apprenticeship levy funds?

·        What are the apprenticeship options that are relevant for schools?

·        How do you select an apprenticeship training provider?

·        What steps do I need to take on an apprentice?



Virtual Workshop details


Date:            25 November 2021

Time:           10.30 am to 12 Noon


How to Book?

 To book your place, please e-mail Whitney Pearce, Schools HR Assistant, ( stating your name and school. 



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