Varsity Training will be starting new Level 2, 3 and 5 Health and Social Care Diploma programmes in May. This will coincide with the introduction of the new apprenticeship Levy from the Skills Funding Agency. Under the new Levy 90% – 100% of programme cost can be funded. If you are thinking of developing your skills then get in touch, we can help.
All apprenticeship students have access to our Dynamic Learning resource provided by Hodder Education. The Dynamic Learning resource is an online package that allows you to develop and practice your English and Maths skills along with support from our dedicated functional skills tutor. You will have access to the resources for the full length of your programme (up to two years). All of this is included in your programme at no extra cost.
We also provide learning needs assessments and full support packages if required. As with all our training at Varsity Training, we want to support you at every step of the way.
The new apprenticeship levy will be introduced in April 2017 and is intended to support the delivery of the government’s three million apprenticeships by 2020.
What does it mean?
Basically, you will be either a levy payer or a non-levy payer, either way you will want to maximise your use of the levy to provide training for your organisation. If you are a levy payer you will want to maximise your training to ensure you fully use your apprenticeship levy contribution.
Varsity training is ready to support you in planning your apprenticeship training under the levy system and now is the right time to start planning. We are more than happy to come out and talk with you about what your requirements are as we are a provider of apprenticeships to both levy and non-levy employers.
Just give Del Wraight a call on 01934 808591 or email email@example.com