Would you like to become a learning provider? Have you been awarded an apprenticeship training contract? We have information, guides and resources to support you.
What’s involved in being a learning provider?
Learning providers come in all sizes – you could be a school, college, university, third-sector organisation or private business. As a provider you’ll:
offer structured learning and training for apprenticeships
work with individuals and employers to build careers
have a contract with Skills Development Scotland
Benefits to you
There are many benefits from delivering a learning provider contract. You'll:
get support and professional development from Skills Development Scotland
get funding to cover training costs
build strong bonds with employers
help build the future workforce
be able to target harder-to-reach groups
Search for publications
You can find apprenticeship frameworks, programme conditions, specifications and more which you'll need as a learning provider or employer.
We'll guide you through the process of delivering your Foundation Apprenticeship contract or becoming a provider.
Read the steps and resources you'll need to become a provider and deliver your Modern Apprenticeship contract.
Use our guide and resources to help you deliver a Graduate Apprenticeship contract.
Find useful resources
We've pulled together a toolkit of handy resources to use when you're promoting apprenticeships.
Become a learning provider
If you want to train the workforce of tomorrow, find out how to apply to become a Modern Apprenticeship (MA) learning provider.
How are apprenticeships developed?
Apprenticeships are developed by groups of employers, apprentices and other people from a variety of backgrounds. Find out how to get involved in shaping a new generation of apprenticeships.
Get in touch
Need to chat to our team? Call our expert advisers on 0800 783 6000 with any questions about providing training for apprenticeships.