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Total People is working to recover one million pounds of lost apprenticeship levy An apprenticeship provider is aiming to recover £1million of unspent funding to support new jobs and upskill

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One of the UK’s largest catering companies has thrown its weight behind a campaign by apprenticeship leader Total People to fund more apprenticeships. Elior, which operates catering contracts across the

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Millions of pounds of unspent apprenticeship levy funding can help ease business supply chain worries, according to apprenticeship provider Total People. More than £250 million of funding which could have

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The apprenticeship levy is a form of tax that helps fund work-based training. A recent change means large businesses will soon be able to share more of what they haven’t

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Employers have cautiously welcomed the chancellor’s announcement that the value of apprenticeship levy vouchers that can be transferred will increase under new plans. UK chancellor Philip Hammond confirmed earlier this

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Apprenticeship starts for the 2017/18 academic year remain much lower than previously reported, with the levy continuing to influence employer decision making. According to the Department for Education’s (DfE) latest

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The chief executive of data hosting company UKFast has called on technology companies to solve the nationwide skills shortage themselves through apprenticeships. Lawrence Jones, chief executive and co-founder of Manchester-headquartered

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Apprenticeship starts were down 25% for the seven months to February 2018—prompting further calls for the levy system to be reformed. There were 232,700 apprenticeship starts over the seven months

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The apprenticeship levy is not fit for purpose in its current form, Confederation of British Industry (CBI) deputy director general Josh Hardie has said. Speaking this week, Hardie bemoaned the

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Director of the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS), Sue Husband, challenges some of the key myths around the apprenticeship levy Myth #1: All businesses must pay the apprenticeship levy Only employers

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