18 October 2021
Apprentice Incentive Scheme has been extended!
The government have announced that the apprenticeship incentive scheme has been extended until the 31 January. This is exciting news and gives further opportunities for businesses to hire more apprentices!
The incentive, aimed at supporting organisations to build capacity and capability within their workforce can be used to support any organisational costs, including the apprentices’ salary.
What does this mean?
- The scheme was due to end 30 September 2021 but has been extended until 31 January 2022
- For every apprentice a business hires up until 31 January 2022 they will receive a £3000 payment
- For existing staff members, if they started employment with you after 1st April 2021 and you enrol them on an apprenticeship you will receive £3000
If you are looking to recruit an apprentice and want to take full advantage of the scheme, get in contact with Arun Madar who will be able to talk you through the process and support you in making the right choice of vacancy.
For further information on our current vacancies, visit the BPIF training website.
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