New Apprenticeship Training Fund to boost workforce skills

Written byNatasha Morgan

As schools, colleges and businesses celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, Merton Council is offering funding to support the development of skilled workforces through high quality apprenticeship training for young people and adults alike, from age 16 right through to retirement.

Funds are available through the Merton Council Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Scheme, which supports residents that are existing employees or new starters to build experience, develop skills and achieve a professional qualification in their area of work, from GCSE to Postgraduate Degree.

All Merton businesses are eligible to apply for funding requests to cover 100% of costs for current employees or new starters.

To register your interest, please contact apprenticeships@merton.gov.uk.

To view available apprenticeships please head to Apprenticeship search / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education

As schools, colleges and businesses celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, Merton Council is offering funding to support the development of skilled workforces through high quality apprenticeship training for young people and adults alike, from age 16 right through to retirement.

Funds are available through the Merton Council Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Scheme, which supports residents that are existing employees or new starters to build experience, develop skills and achieve a professional qualification in their area of work, from GCSE to Postgraduate Degree.

All Merton businesses are eligible to apply for funding requests to cover 100% of costs for current employees or new starters.

To register your interest, please contact apprenticeships@merton.gov.uk.

To view available apprenticeships please head to Apprenticeship search / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education

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