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Find and develop talent with Apprenticeships

Find and develop talent with Apprenticeships

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Why choose an Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships are work based training programmes that allow employers to discover and nuture new talent.

You can also use Apprenticeships to upskill existing staff of any age, supporting them to succeed in existing roles or provide additional support when moving to a new role.

Kaplan Apprenticeships

Kaplan works with organisations across the UK to develop and deliver training plans to new and emerging talent through Apprenticeship programmes.

Quality in Apprenticeships is important and Kaplan has played a key role in the development of new standards. We have pass rates that regularly exceed the national average, providing you with skilled and experienced staff.

Find out more about the Apprenticeships offered by Kaplan ›

We support your business throughout the whole process, from candidate attraction, pre-employment training through Traineeship delivery and talent coaching throughout the Apprenticeship programme to track progress and support learning.

Ongoing training and support

Kaplan's Apprenticeships offer real benefits for both employer and learner. Kaplan provides support and training right from the start so you can enjoy a cost effective route to a better trained, more productive workforce.

With a Kaplan Apprenticeship, your learner will also be able to improve their skills and add real value to your business.

To ensure success Kaplan will:

  • Find - suitable candidates for your organisation. Learn about our FREE Recruitment Services
  • Help - you secure and access Apprenticeship funding
  • Manage - all aspects of work-based training
  • Ensure - your learners achieve their qualification
  • Guide - your apprentices to success and arrange their End Point Assessment

What is the cost of an apprenticeship?

If you are an SME with an annual pay bill of less than £3 million, and therefore not a levy-paying employer, you can co-invest with the Government in the cost of training and assessing your apprentices.

You will pay 10% of the cost; the Government will pay the remaining 90%. You will also get £1,000 back if your apprentice is aged 16-18 years old.

Each Apprenticeship has a Government maximum investment 'cap'. If you are a levy-payer, we can help you manage and optimise your training fund.

The Kaplan Apprenticeships brochure contains more information about the services offered by Kaplan to employers. Find out how we can support your business in finding and developing talent in the fields of accountancy & tax.

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Talk to us about finding and developing talent

To speak to our Apprenticeship experts about hiring apprentices or training current team members call 0161 259 7400 or send your details and we’ll get in touch.

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Apprenticeships - Is this the right career choice for you?

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Which career path will you take?

After finishing school or college, the options and career routes now available can seem overwhelming. But it’s important you consider them all before choosing your next move.

Many employers are now offering attractive Apprenticeship schemes. These cover a range of professional sectors (including Accountancy, Law, Banking and Engineering).

Attitudes towards Apprenticeships have changed, and they’re now recognised as a great way to start or enhance your career.

Here, we compare the options to help with your decision.

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Consider what’s right for you

Make a list of what’s important to you and then speak to as many people as you can who have either been to University or chosen an Apprenticeship to find out about their experiences. Compare what they’ve told you with what you are looking for.

Deciding what to do won’t be easy, but remember there isn’t a ‘wrong path’. If at any point you feel that you have made the wrong choice, you can easily switch to either a University degree or an Apprenticeship in the next academic year.

The world of work is more flexible than it’s ever been and future employers will respect you for having the confidence to change path. Make sure you take time to decide which option is best for you.

Next steps?

If you would like more information about the Apprenticeship programmes offered at Kaplan, please email our team

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