Apprenticeships offer a cost-effective method of recruiting and training skilled employees for the future. Training your employees with the skills and qualifications they need can help to give your business that competitive advantage.
What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship includes both on-the-job training and off-the-job learning which leads to a nationally recognised qualification.
Why take on an apprentice?
Apprenticeships deliver real returns to your organisation including*:
- Higher productivity.
- Better motivated staff and increased job satisfaction.
- More loyal employees and improved future skill levels.
*Apprenticeships Evaluation: Employers (BIS Survey 2014)
What apprenticeships do we offer?
We offer a wide range of apprenticeship pathways from accountancy to agriculture. A full list of our apprenticeships can be found here.
Who can be an apprentice?
Apprenticeships can be used to train new recruits or develop existing employees of any age.
How much does an apprenticeship cost?
As a business you do not have to pay for the cost of the training; just the cost of employing the apprentice.
And with the ‘Apprenticeship Employer Incentive Programme’, you could receiving a bonus of up to £3,500 for each apprentice you take on between 16 – 19 years old (subject to eligibility). Find out more about the incentive here.
How do I find out more?
If you’re ready to take up this opportunity, then fill in the contact form and one of our Advisors will be in touch to help you through the process. Whether that’s advertising for a new apprentice or getting your current employees onto a scheme.
Did you know?
77% of businesses who have trained apprentices believe it made their company more competitive – Welsh Governement.