Information for Employers
Apprenticeships are proven to be a cost-effective way of reducing training and recruitment costs, increasing productivity and developing a skilled and motivated workforce for the future.
Now you can add value to your business and fill critical skills gaps by upskilling your workers through our professional apprenticeships programme, removing the need to recruit new talent.
What’s more, it could cost you nothing extra under the Apprenticeship Levy rules, depending on the size of your organisation.
Higher level and degree apprenticeship routes could be open to all employees, no matter what their previous qualifications and job roles.
You simply partner with us, and together we provide the structure, teaching and support an employee needs to transform their skills set.
So, if you have a employee who could be an even greater asset with some professional training, then don’t miss this opportunity to realise their potential.
Contact us now: 01590 625500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We can help your business apply for relevant Government grants and our Business Services team can advise on the most suitable training programmes available.
How the Apprenticeship Levy works…
If your total annual wage bill exceeds £3 million you will pay a 0.5% Apprenticeship levy on that sum.
Once you have paid this amount you will then be able to access your organisation’s funding through your new Digital Apprenticeship Service Account.
Importantly, you will be entitled to a £15,000 allowance to offset the levy. Furthermore, you will receive a 10% top-up on your contributions.
All contributions can be set against corporation tax.
Why choose Brock?
- Access expert advice to find the right candidates for your business.
- Select from a range of delivery models.
- Receive guidance on the apprenticeship levy rules.
- Rely on continued support throughout the apprenticeship journey.
- Get support upskilling your existing staff.
You can find out more about the levy rules, including answers to frequently asked questions, by visiting www.gov.uk