Are you an employer, thinking about taking on an apprentice? If you have questions or are unsure how it all works, give our team a call on 01273 934278, we are always happy to have a chat about your options, and how we can support you.
We can advertise your vacancy on the National Apprenticeships website, our website and also social media.
We will support you to select the most suitable candidate for your business and invite them to our training centre to undertake an initial assessment.
You will receive advice and help with enrolment, including setting up your Digital Apprenticeship Account if you don’t already have one.
We will monitor and assess your apprentice towards their qualification through regular planned reviews and give feedback on progress towards targets.
As an employer you will need to ensure that;
Employers with a payroll bill of less than £3 million a year do not need to pay the levy. From 1st April 2019 for non-levy paying employers’ new starts in England, at least 95% of the apprenticeship training and assessment costs will be paid for by the government. We ask these employers to make a 5% cash contribution (co-investment) to the cost, paid directly to the provider. The government will cover the remainder up to the agreed funding band maximum for the chosen standard or framework.
The funding is secured through the Digital Account employers need to set up at the start of the apprentice’s employment.
Qualifications offered at Tungsten Training Centre;
PLUMBING & DOMESTIC HEATING TECHNICIAN.
Max Funding £21,000
5% Contribution being £1,050
INSTALLATION ELECTRICIAN & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN.
Max Funding £18,000
5% Contribution being £900
Employers will receive an increased incentive payment of £3,000 for new apprentices of any age who start their employment between 1 April and 30 September 2021.
Employers can apply for incentive payments for these apprentices from 1 June 2021 via their apprenticeship service account.
Employer National Insurance Contributions for apprentices under 25
From 6th April 2016, if you employ an apprentice you may not need to pay employer Class1 NI Contributions on their earnings below £827 a week.
They must be under 25 years old and following an approved UK government statutory apprenticeship standard.
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