Businesses Gain Insight into Latest Apprenticeship Reform Information

September 6, 2016

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Businesses from across the North West gained an insight into the latest information about ongoing reforms in the apprenticeship sector at an event run in partnership between Training 2000 and accountancy experts Beever and Struthers.

Over 30 delegates heard Training 2000’s Paul Duerden, Steve Whitehead, and Stephanie Whalley take them through the most up-to-date information released in August by Government on the Apprenticeship Levy and the overall reform agenda – including case studies examples which highlighted how delegates businesses could be impacted.

Jacquie Adams from Beever and Struthers then took attendees through the financial aspects of the Levy – 0.5% of a business’s overall payroll if this is above £3m – and an insight into how this will work in practice.

After a short break delegates learnt about Training 2000’s cyber security centre, and why protecting against cyber criminals is increasingly important for businesses.

Finally, Caroline Monk from Beever and Struthers went through the global considerations for UK companies.

If you would like to learn more about the ongoing apprenticeship reforms and how Training 2000 can help, contact us on 01254 54659 or email [email protected]

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