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Employers invited to have their say on Apprenticeship funding

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

The government has published proposals for a new funding model for apprenticeships and your feedback is needed.  

Under the plans for the levy, the government has proposed that employers that are too small to pay the levy - around 98% of employers in England - will have 90% of the costs of training paid for by the government, reassuring millions of small businesses.

Extra support - worth £2,000 per trainee - will also be available for employers and training providers that take on 16- to 18-year-old apprentices or young care leavers. Employers with fewer than 50 employees will also have 100% of training costs paid for by government if they take on these apprentices. This will help to ensure every young person, regardless of background or ability, has the chance to make their first step into work.

The government is inviting employers and training providers to have their say on the initial funding proposals, to try to ensure final plans fully meet the needs of all those involved in the apprenticeship programme. You can respond by completing this survey by 5 September. Final funding proposals will be confirmed in October 2016.

Apprenticeships benefit everyone. The apprentice gets valuable on the job training, employers get engaged, loyal staff and customers get professionally maintained bikes from qualified staff. Better yet, apprenticeships are largely delivered in your place of work, meaning little down time for your mechanics.

ATG Training offer an apprenticeship and an advanced apprenticeship.

Cycle Apprenticeship

Who is it for?

Anyone working as a mechanic who wants to gain training and qualifications to use during their working life.

What is included?

  • Certificate of Cycle Maintenance (often referred to as a Technical Certificate, this is the specific, hands on training in Cycle Maintenance)
  • Cytech Technical Two and wheel building training
  • Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Engineering Maintenance & Installation - Cycles pathway
  • Functional skills level 1 or 2.
  • Employment Responsibilities and Rights
  • Personal Learning & Thinking Skills

Advanced Cycle Apprenticeship

Who is it for?

Cycle mechanics that have completed the Apprenticeship and want to increase their skills, technical knowledge and obtain a high level qualification.

What is included?

  • Diploma of Cycle Maintenance
  • Cytech Technical Three training (3 courses)
  • Level 3 NVQ Extended Diploma in Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering - Cycles pathway
  • Functional skills at a minimum of level 2

To find out more about taking on a new apprentice or training an existing member of staff with ATG click here or contact ATG Training.

 

 

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