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Employing an apprentice combines on and off the job training and will help your business to grow by:
Funding an Apprenticeship
Apprenticeships are funded for businesses of all sizes but the level of funding depends on how many people you employ. Small and medium sized employers (less than 250) usually receive full funding and larger employers (250+) are sometimes asked for a small contribution. National Safety Training has secured funding to deliver apprenticeships within the logistics sector.
Apprenticeships delivered by National Safety Training
We currently support the following Work Based Qualifications:
Why Recruit an Apprentice
Businesses in the UK are under financial strain but it’s the shortage of skilled and talented workers that is the long term threat to a business in the UK. Companies need staff with vocational qualifications relevant to their job role, at present many people remain unskilled.
Apprenticeships are helping to improve the shortage and many employers are now choosing to offer progression routes via apprenticeship schemes. This is attracting talented people who can start at a qualification level appropriate to them and then progress through to foundation and higher degree level. By supporting an apprentice you gain a high level of motivation and loyalty, this has a positive impact on any business, especially when supported by excellent training.
Our specialist support team are customer focused, aiming to understand your needs they will discuss your individual requirements and let you know how much funding you qualify for.
Call our employer support team today on 01482 644855
Additional Employer incentives - *£1,500 per apprentice
In addition to funding being available to support the training and qualification, funding is available for employers with less than 1000 employees, who are new to apprenticeships or haven’t enrolled a new recruit or existing employee onto an apprenticeship programme in the previous 12 months.
* Up to £1,500 for each apprentice (maximum of 10) aged 16-24.
Employer Apprenticeship grant information sheet - Please click here.