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25 April 2023 12:23
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Ray Davies commented, 25 April 2023 12:23
Only limited companies have register at Companies House, we certainly do not expect our employers to appear there, if we did we would not have many construction apprentices !
To get an AS account t...
Ray Davies commented, 24 April 2023 11:42
Does the principal of the company want to be an apprentice ? if so no you can't do this. But their staff can be.
I think the term Sole Trader is not the right term here. A sole trader is someone wh...
Ray Davies commented, 22 April 2023 06:02
Yes, we still have a service agreement with employers. We include it in our multi multi tabbed Excel Training Plan (AKA commitment statement)
Ray Davies commented, 27 March 2023 06:41
Hi, no the SME does not have to pay the 5%. It is treated as a levy payment.
Ray Davies commented, 20 March 2023 11:23
Not as such, this link is to a doc that lists the equivalency. Ultimately it is up to the EPAO as to what they are willing to accept
Ray Davies commented, 09 March 2023 08:45
I think this is a unit within a larger GNVQ qualification. I don't think it would exempt the learner as it would not have been externally examined. If the learner is doing a standard then it would ...
Ray Davies commented, 05 March 2023 06:43
Yes the incentive is payable for the second time. Note this doesn't apply to care leaver bursaries.
Ray Davies commented, 22 December 2022 06:34
You do a revised TNP1 and TNP 2 showing the revised training cost (did it originally include the EPA?) and the EPA cost. If you need to collect the EPA cost from a revised AS entry then the origina...
Ray Davies commented, 19 December 2022 09:22
Yes I believe an SME with a 16-18 year old can be funded by a levy transfer. The levy transfer and the 5% waiver are completely different mechanisms
Ray Davies commented, 06 December 2022 07:27
No I don't believe you would do, we certainly don't