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Find the Right Apprenticeship Training Providers

Companies need to train apprentices in line with quality standards for the apprenticeship standard/framework they have chosen for their industry and the relevant level. This includes on-the-job training and off-the-job training (with an end-point assessment) in order for the apprentice to officially complete their apprenticeship and receive any qualifications it provides. 

Companies will need to select a training provider to deliver classroom instruction or related training to their apprentices. 

The Apprenticeship Levy and Funding

Some UK employers must pay a tax called the 'Apprenticeship Levy', which, together with government allowances and added contributions, can be utilised by employers in England to help fund apprenticeship training. Read more about the Apprenticeship Levy in detail.

Organisations that pay the Apprenticeship Levy can only spend their funding on apprenticeship training from registered training providers. 

Employers Who Don't Pay the Levy

Employers that do not pay the levy can still receive government assistance in the form of 'co-investment.' Employers will pay 10% towards the cost of apprenticeship training and the government will pay the rest (90%), up to the funding band maximum.

Companies utilising co-investment for apprenticeship training can only spend the funding on apprenticeship training from registered training providers.

Search for Apprenticeship Training Providers

Browse the list to find training providers who can deliver apprenticeship training in line with your company requirements and fill out a request information form to connect with them directly.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Apprenticeship training is a form of vocational education and training that combines on-the-job training with classroom learning. It is designed to help individuals develop new skills and knowledge in a particular trade or profession.

  • In the UK, apprenticeship training is funded by the government and employers. The government covers the majority of the cost of training, with employers making a financial contribution towards the cost, known as the apprenticeship levy. Small employers who are not subject to the levy may receive government funding to cover the cost of apprenticeship training.

  • In the UK, there are several ways to find apprenticeship programs:

    • Search for vacancies on the government's Find an Apprenticeship website: https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship

    • Check the websites of companies that interest you, as many offer apprenticeships.

    • Speak to your school or careers advisor.

    • Attend a job fair or apprenticeship event to speak directly with employers and training providers.

  • The benefits of doing an apprenticeship training programme include gaining hands-on experience in a particular trade or profession, earning a salary while you learn, and achieving nationally recognised qualifications.

  • An apprenticeship training provider is an organisation that offers apprentice training programmes. These providers can be private companies, further education colleges, or training providers funded by the government.

  • You can find apprenticeship training providers by searching online, checking with local colleges or training centres, or through government-funded apprenticeship programmes.


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