- £1000 incentive to you when you recruit OR enrol a 16-18-year-old onto an Apprenticeship qualification.
From August 2020 to January 2021, any firm that hires a new young apprentice aged 16 to 24 will receive £2,000, while those that hire new apprentices aged 25 and over will be paid £1,500.
An Apprenticeship is a real job with training so learners can earn while they learn and achieve nationally recognised qualifications.
Apprenticeships provide a great way to combine work with study, enabling learners to gain experience at the same time as taking nationally recognised qualifications, completing on programme learning and earning a salary. In all cases, the apprentice would be employed to perform a specific job role and, within the same period, would study the subject specific to their Apprenticeship at a college or training provider. Apprenticeships are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to university, with around half a million Apprenticeship starts a year. With a continued push to ensure that Apprenticeships have the same status and esteem as a degree, they’re becoming even more relevant in today’s workplace. They have a great fit with employers both large and small, as well as offering career progression opportunities that can provide a route into higher education.
What we have to offer:
- Business Administrator
- Early Years
- Beauty, Hair and Nail
- Customer Service
- Employability Practitioner
- More to come.
For more information on Incentive payments for hiring a new apprentice please visit https://help.apprenticeships.education.gov.uk/hc/en-gb/articles/360015391139-Incentive-payments-for-hiring-a-new-apprentice
Financial Support on Apprenticeships: https://engage.apprenticeships.gov.uk/incentives.html