The amount you get depends on whether you pay the apprenticeship levy or not. You pay the levy if you’re an employer with a pay bill over £3 million each year.
Don’t worry we are here to help – To be eligible for the apprenticeship levy, employers must earn an annual pay bill of £3 million. This will help you to support your employees development, enhance existing skills or learn new ones all together. Want to find out how you can make the most of your Levy, contact us at …
To access your Levy you must first sign up to the (DAS) commonly known as the Digital Apprenticeship Service, if you need help or guidance with this feel free to contact us. By setting this up you will be able to control all relevant tasks such as, adding apprentices, recruiting apprentices and finding suitable training. You will also be able to see how much is in your account and allocate payments to providers of government-approved apprenticeships. With help from Total Training we will be able to decide what apprenticeship programme will be best suited to your business! Find below the link to the DAS and for more information and guidance, please get in touch.
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You can apply for the payment from 1 September 2020, after you add new apprentices to your apprenticeship service account.
The payment is in addition to the existing £1,000 you’ll already get for taking on an apprentice who is:
Employers will receive:
50% after the apprentice completes 90 days of their apprenticeship and the remaining 50% after 365 days. To get the full payment, the apprenticeship must last for at least one year.
Full information on the incentives payments for hiring a new apprentice can be found by clicking the link below:
You can register for an apprenticeship service account to access funds or pay for training. Please follow the following link for more information on how to register.