Apprenticeships

How can you support a young person?

Find out about the numerous financial incentives for employers to take on apprentices: How can you support a young person infographic?

Apprenticeships Suffolk logoApprenticeships Suffolk

For people wanting to become an apprentice and businesses considering employing apprentices - aims to promote the growth of apprenticeships by supporting the engagement of all interested parties through information and guidance.

Find out more at: Apprenticeships Suffolk

New Anglia LEP logoApprenticeship Levy Transfer

For employers who pay into the apprenticeship levy and have unspent funds, there is the option of transferring up to 25% of the annual levy contribution to another employer. These funds can be used to fund new apprenticeship starts in other organisations as well as upskilling current staff.

Find out more at New Anglia - Apprenticeship Levy Transfer and GOV.UK - Transferring your apprenticeship levy to another business

West Suffolk College logoWest Suffolk College

The college has over 1500 apprentices currently in learning, offers over 50 different apprenticeships and work with over 1500 employers.

Find out more at West Suffolk College - Apprenticeships

West Suffolk Council apprenticeships

By becoming an apprentice at West Suffolk you will have the opportunity to earn, learn and work at the same time. You'll get training from us, gain skills in your job role and understand what it means to be in the workplace by being in a hands on environment.

Find out more at West Suffolk Council - Apprenticeships

Flexi job apprenticeship service

TrAC (Training and Apprenticeships in Construction) and EN:Able Futures CIC have been successful in securing funding from Government to develop a new Flexi Job Apprenticeship Agency (FJAA) supporting the expansion of TrAC and EN:Able Futures' current operations into wider geographies. The new FJAA will also expand the delivery of standards in exisisting areas of operation, including across West Suffolk, to cover the wider Built Environment, including allied trades and professions. 

TrAC, a not-for-profit flexi job apprenticeship service, will expand the range of different Apprenticeships it delivers in and around the West Suffolk area to include delivery of newly approved apprenticeship standards such as the new Construction Support Technician at level three. They will also look to support the area to develop more apprenticeships that support the modern methods of construction that will lead to more sustainable and eco-friendly buildings and development. 

TrAC and EN:Able Futures' teams of apprenticeship managers and mentors provide high levels of pastoral and vocational support to ensue that apprentices complete their qualifications successfully and progress into long term careers. Anyone interested in becoming an apprentice can register at TrAC and the team will get in contact to explain the next steps. 

Contact info@tracweb.co.uk or 01603 737739 for more.