Andrew Percy MP, Minister for The Northern Powerhouse, visited TTE’s training facility in Middlesbrough…

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  TTE welcomed Tees Valley Mayor candidate Sue Jeffrey to its Middlesbrough-based training centre to…

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  Trainees at TTE went head to head for a good cause, at its annual…

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  The TTE Technical Training Group hosted a discussion event with the Department of Business,…

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  TTE is increasing its training facilities thanks to a donation from Northumbrian Water Limited….

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Apprenticeship levy

In April 2017 the way the government funds apprenticeships in England is changing.  Some employers will be required to contribute to a new apprenticeship levy, and there will be changes to the funding for apprenticeship training for all employers.

Apprenticeships have long been recognised as a crucial way to develop the skills wanted by employers.

The Government’s aim is to increase the quality and quantity of apprenticeships in England, reaching three million starts in 2020.

The Levy will put employers at the heart of paying and choosing apprenticeship training.

The 2020 vision document clearly explains the impact of the Apprenticeship Levy on the Employers. Download your copy here.

If you would like further information, advice and guidance, or are interested in supporting an apprentice in the workplace, please click here.

Click here for an Employer’s Guide to the Apprenticeship Levy.