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Apprenticeship Levy

The introduction of the government’s Apprenticeship Levy in the spring of 2017 will result in significant change to the way that apprenticeship training is funded by employers.

From spring 2017, the apprenticeship levy ensures employers with a payroll bill in excess of £3m per year will be required to make an investment in apprenticeships. Employers can benefit from this investment by training their own apprentices and taking advantage of the skills, talent and enthusiasm that apprenticeships bring to a business.

The Apprenticeship Levy is also challenging independent providers and colleges to think about how they will attract, support and retain employers to take maximum opportunity of the benefits that the Levy can bring. This has created demand for a number of high level salespeople who have the skills to secure top tier employer accounts and generate innovative solutions.

We are supporting many skills sector providers, including private providers and colleges, as well as employers who have chosen to manage their own apprenticeship delivery to recruit these high quality, experienced staff to ensure that they are best placed to support the Levy’s introduction.

We have recently supported sector leading providers to recruit into the following positions:

  • Commercial Sales Director
  • Levy Solution Director
  • Sales Director
  • Sales and Marketing Director
  • Apprenticeships Director
  • Strategic Growth Director

Parkhouse Bell has been working in the skills sector since 2006 supportingthe public, private, third sector and policy makers by delivering high quality recruitment and consultancy support.

We have an in-depth understanding of the skills sector, and are a trusted partner to many of its leading providers including the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP). In March 2016 we led on the recruitment of the AELP’s new Chief Executive, Mark Dawe.

If you would like to speak to one of our recruitment experts please contact Helen McAnally on 020 7242 4890.

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