Apprenticeship Reform Seminar Follows Well-Received Event

June 13, 2016

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A seminar is all set to be held next month on the ongoing apprenticeship reforms following a successful event in May which saw over 40 delegates from businesses across the North West learning about the changes.

Held at Training 2000’s Nelson centre on Thursday, July 28th from 8:30am until 11am, the session will update attendees on the very latest information available relating to apprenticeship reform.

The seminar will include insight into the upcoming Apprenticeship Levy, where organisations with an annual payroll over £3m will have to contribute 0.5% of their overall payroll figure towards the training of apprenticeships, alongside the latest information on the apprenticeship standards which are replacing the frameworks previously in place, with much more input from businesses in their development.

Including both presentations and work groups, the event also provides an opportunity to network with fellow businesses. Food will be provided.

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