Apprenticeship numbers fall by 59% after levy imposed

Apprenticeship numbers fall by 59% after levy imposed
 

There has been a big fall in the number of workers starting apprenticeships since the introduction of the government's apprenticeship levy earlier this year.
The levy was supposed to increase the number of people training at work.
But according to Department for Education figures, in the last three months of the 2017 academic year, 48,000 people began an apprenticeship.
That compared with 117,000 for the same period last year.
The levy was introduced to raise £2.5bn a year for training. The aim was to fund up to 3 million new apprenticeships.
Firms with 50 or more staff now have to find 10%... read more

 
23 November 2017 in Business, Views: 47
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