The Apprenticeship Levy – Free Lunchtime Briefing (New Date Added)
Mandatory employer contributions from April 2017
Is Your Organisation Informed, Prepared & Ready?
The Apprenticeship Levy is a mandatory tax from April 2017 for employers with a UK payroll bill of £3m+, who will be charged a levy of 0.5% of their overall payroll bill. To ensure your business does not have to accept this as a sunk cost you will have the option of using this levy to fund apprenticeship training programmes for new and existing staff.
Is your Organisation informed, prepared and ready for this new tax?
Come along to a free 2 hour briefing.
Learn first-hand from experts what your Organisation needs to do to be ready.
Meet SR Education a private training provider that specialises in delivering high quality and effective training programmes which are specifically designed to meet the needs of employers and provide the maximum positive impact on their business operations.
Tap into their extensive knowledge, hear them explain the legislation and translate the jargon.
And as its lunchtime, we’ll provide that too!
11.30 – Welcome and Coffee
12.00 – The Apprenticeship Levy. Background, scenarios & implications
13.00 – Lunch
13.20 – The Apprenticeship Levy, how to comply, benefits & your questions answered
14.00 – Conclude
Holiday Inn Watford Junction, 65 Clarendon Road, Watford WD17 1DS
Tuesday 28 March 2017
Reasons to attend:
- Learn from the experts Nick Colquitt and Nadine Hughes from SR Education who will explain in detail what you need to know about the Levy
- Network with other businesses who also see the benefit of attending this free seminar
- Enjoy an informal lunch while understanding the requirements set out by the UK Government
- Register today to avoid missing this free opportunity
So what have you got to lose? RESERVE your place today…
Meet the team
Crown Workforce Management Systems
Nick and Nadine have a culmination of over two decades within the apprenticeship, work based learning and the skills funding field. Having worked for both small charitable training providers and large private training providers such as Babcock, BPP and Kaplan they have amassed a wealth of experience in the end to end strategy, creation, implementation and running of apprenticeship and early career programmes.
Having also worked as trusted advisors to local, national and global organisations they have first-hand knowledge and have the lessons learnt ranging from board level buy in, candidate attraction/recruitment, existing employee/graduate programme transitioning, through to on programme and graduation.