Apprenticeships for all ages...

19th July 2019

Apprenticeships are for anyone, not just school leavers, and they can be an ideal way for a business to upskill their existing workforce. 

As an employer looking to invest in the future, you could train up an existing employee through one of our apprenticeship programmes. You'll gain a fully qualified engineer who will benefit your business in the long term.

There is government funding available, whatever the age of the apprentice - even if they're over 19 the government still pays 95% of the training costs. (And if the apprentice is aged 16-18 training costs are fully covered for small businesses with under 50 employees). There are no Class 1 NI contributions for apprentices under 25, and for levy paying larger companies, it's a great way to ensure the levy money is well spent. 

If you're working in the gas, plumbing or electrical trades and want to become fully qualified, an apprenticeship is a great way to train while continuing to work - ask your employer if they'll invest in you.

New gas and electrical courses start at our Burgess Hill and Portchester centres in September.

To find out more about how an apprenticeship at Steve Willis Training could benefit you or your business, contact our Apprenticeships Team - email apprenticeships@stevewillis.com or call 01444 870860 / 02392 190190

  • OFTEC
  • BPEC
  • NICEIC
  • City & Guilds
  • Apprenticeships
  • CIPHE

  • Career Transition Partnership
  • ELC
  • ERS
  • European Social Fund
  • Matrix