As a result of
the Richard Review (2012), the way that apprenticeships are funded and run will
be changing in April 2017. The Government has identified a critical need for
new technical and professional skilled workers as there is a huge skill
shortage across the UK. This has resulted in an enormous target to get 3
million apprenticeships started by 2020 and has involved mass changes to the apprenticeship
January 2017 Update
has recently released more information clarifying and confirming some aspects
of the apprenticeship reform including Apprenticeship Standards, the Digital
Apprenticeship Service, the Apprenticeship Levy and quality assurance. You can
find the full information here
or read our comprehensive summary below.
Find Out More
If you have any
questions you can refer to the gov.uk
website or contact the Business Development department at the College on
0207 258 2711 or firstname.lastname@example.org
register on the Digital Apprenticeship Service using their Government Gateway
ID and PAYE details.
information can be viewed on the DAS with the amount available to spend shown.
comes into effect. The first payments will appear in the digital account just
before the end of May for the April payroll.
date for funding changes for both levy-paying and non-levy paying employers