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7 September 2020

Kickstart Scheme – BPIF will help apply on your behalf

Kickstart Scheme – BPIF will help apply on your behalf

On 1 September the Government released the long-awaited detail on the Kickstart Scheme. You can find all relevant information here, however we have tried to summarise everything you need to know in the guidance document below.

We will update this guidance to include FAQs as and when further clarifications have been made by the Department of Working Pensions (DWP).

Please scroll down to read the full guidance document and download the application form. 

BPIF will be acting as a representative body to support our industry in accessing this grant. If you have fewer than 30 kickstart positions and your organisation is based in England, Wales or Scotland then the BPIF will apply on your behalf.

Just complete the application form which can be found by clicking the button below and submit to Ceri Priddle, Compliance Officer at [email protected] who will manage the application process.


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For more information please contact:
Ceri Priddle
Ceri Priddle
01676 526039