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Apprenticeship Funding
Apprenticeship funding is made available by the government. The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) made a commitment that learning for 16 - 18 year olds would be free. The LSCís role has been taken over by the Skills Finding Agency (SFA) and the same commitment remains. However, there is an expectation that employers will contribute to the training of Apprentices over the age of 19 and this is reflected in the funding allocated to college and private training providers.

The size of the contribution varies depending on the sector and the age of the Apprentice. If the Apprentice is aged 16Ė18 years old, they will receive 100 per cent of the cost of the training. If they are 19-24 years old, they are entitled to receive up to 50% or, depending on the sector, even up to 100%; if they are 25 years old or over the employer will have to contribute entirely.

This funding is available for public and private sector employers. The training contribution is paid directly to the organisation that trains the Apprentice. If you are a small business, this will be a training provider. Large employers with a direct training contract can receive training funding themselves or appoint a training provider to deliver training on their behalf.

The government allocates the funds to approved providers in accordance with each organisationís allocations process. It is the responsibility of the provider of the Apprenticeship to ensure, before learners are enrolled, that funding is available to fund all parts of the Apprenticeship and for the duration of the Apprenticeship.

Each organisation will be responsible for ensuring the proper use of its funds and for ensuring that each element of the Apprenticeship is funded by only one organisation.

The allocation of funds and its calculation is based on three components: the level and cost of existing learners in the system, the number and funding cost of new starts expected over the remainder of 2012/13, and the number and funding cost of new starts expected in 2013/14

Apprenticeships have proven to offer excellent scope for progression, helping learners develop their skill set in providing quality care.

 
 
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