Training 2000 hosts Apprenticeship Reform Seminar

May 19, 2016

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Over 40 delegates from businesses across a range of industries attended Training 2000’s first Apprenticeship Reform Seminar – learning the latest information about the new Trailblazer standards and Apprenticeship Levy.

Held in Nelson at the Netherfield Road centre, the session launched with an informative overview of the changes within the apprenticeship sector – firstly talking attendees through the new trailblazer standards, which outline the basis for what a learner will be doing and the skills required for each particular job role.

Also discussed was the Apprenticeship Levy – set to impact businesses with a payroll of over £3million, how this impacts on training provision for levy paying and non-paying companies and feeds into the overall funding model.

With businesses ranging from small, locally focused companies to UK and international-wide Levy payers, they session gave a really useful insight into how the reforms are impacting and will continue to impact apprenticeship and training provision.

If you would like to learn more about the reforms and how they could affect you and your business, email your questions to [email protected].

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