A learning provider is any organisation that offers structured work-based learning and training. You must have a contract with Skills Development Scotland and you can be:
As a learning provider you will offer learning and training to apprentices alongside their employer. Skills Development Scotland works with you to help you get started as a learning provider for apprenticeships. How this works depends on the type of apprenticeship you want to deliver.
The following guides will help you to get started as a learning provider for Foundation, Modern and Graduate Apprenticeships.
We'll guide you through the process of delivering your Foundation Apprenticeship contract or becoming a provider.Learn how to deliver Foundation Apprenticeship training
Read the steps and resources you'll need to become a provider or to deliver your Modern Apprenticeship contract.Find out about Modern Apprenticeship training
Use our guide and resources to help you through the process of delivering a Graduate Apprenticeship contract.Start now
Apprenticeships are developed by groups of employers, apprentices and other people from a variety of backgrounds. Find out how you could get involved in shaping a new generation of apprenticeships.
All employees have the right to be treated fairly at work. The Fair Work Convention supports organisations in Scotland to ensure every employee has a voice, opportunity, security, fulfilment and respect.
Find out more about Fair Work and how it supports learning providers
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