Funding your apprenticeship
You’ll pay their wages just like any other employee. We’ll contribute towards the costs of training. Use the contribution tables to see the level of funding we offer.
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Whether you're hiring someone new, or up-skilling an existing employee, follow these steps to get your business involved in Modern Apprenticeships.
There are over 80 Modern Apprenticeships from construction to digital media. Each framework tells you who the apprenticeship is suitable for and what’s involved.
Figured out which type of Modern Apprenticeship you want to offer? The next step is to find a provider who’ll deliver the training.
You can advertise your Modern Apprenticeship vacancies for free on our site. It’s quick, easy to do and we’ll post it on our vacancy pages, publish it on carefully selected partner websites like Adzuna and My World of Work.
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Find out about the newest part of the apprenticeship family and help your staff get qualified to degree level.
Employers with a wage bill of more than £3 million now pay an apprenticeship levy. The levy is aimed at funding new apprenticeships across the UK.
If you can take on an apprentice who's been made redundant from another employer, there's a financial incentive for your business.
This publicly funded employment support programme aims to help more disabled people start or stay in work. It provides practical and financial support for individuals with a disability or long-term physical or mental health condition.
You could get up to £4,000 if you recruit a young person who’s faced significant barriers to employment.
From finding out about salary setting to travel and equipment costs, understanding the role of a learning provider to the vacancy upload process, you’ll find all the answers in our frequently asked questions section.