Apprenticeships at Brighton

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University of Brighton Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Scheme

As part of a Post-COVID 19 recovery stimulus package to support alumni and local small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), The University of Brighton is launching its Apprenticeship Levy Transfer scheme. The deadline for applications will be midday, Friday 6 November, 2020. Levy transfer funding will cover the training fee for your apprentice. It is not…

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Levy transfer opportunities in Sussex

Since April 2019 employers paying the apprenticeship levy have been able to transfer up to 25% of the funds in their apprenticeship account to as many employers as they choose. Transferred funds can be used to pay for training and assessment costs of the apprenticeship, employers receiving funds will still be responsible for the wage…

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Smaller organisations can get 100% funding for training costs of apprenticeships

Organisations with fewer than 50 employees are able to receive 100% funding for training costs of an apprentice aged 16-18 (or aged 19-24 with an Education Health and Care plan, or who is a care-leaver). Funding will continue to be provided if the employer grows to 50+ employees after the start of the apprenticeship as…

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£1,000 grant to any employer taking on younger apprentices

The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) will provide businesses with a £1,000 grant to any employer taking on an apprentice aged 16-18 (or aged 19-24 with an Education Health and Care plan or who is a care-leaver). Payments are made via the training provider (University of Brighton) and passed on to the employer in…

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How does reserving funding work?

How it works Smaller employers that do not pay the apprenticeship levy can now reserve apprenticeship funding for training and assessment in their apprenticeship service account. The funding will cover 95% of the cost of the apprenticeship (up to the funding band maximum), smaller employers will need to pay the remaining 5% directly to the…

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