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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
Great meeting on Friday with Janice & Paul from Echo Engage to help support us with our new marketing strategy and online presence, all very exciting!!
Varsity Training is pleased to announce that it is now able to offer Advanced & Higher Apprenticeships with apprenticeship funding available. This can mean that the cost of training is fully covered with no cost to the employer or student. We now have availability on our level 3 & 5 Health & Social Care programmes. Please contact us if you need any further information.
Varsity Training are really pleased to announce that all of our students are able to purchase NUSextra cards. The cards offer hundreds of discounts exclusively for students from just £12. The NUS extra card gives you amazing discounts & is now valid for 1, 2 or 3 years. I use mine all the time, especially at the Apple Store & Schuh!