AELP Workshop- Understanding the New Apprenticeship Landscape
Nov 14

AELP Workshop- Understanding the New Apprenticeship...

Killer Factors – What Makes or Breaks a Training Provider


Killer Factors – What Makes or Breaks a Training Provider

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68-86 Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 5BT, UK
  • Overview

    Unprecedented changes within the apprenticeships market has created both chaos and opportunity for training providers. With the introduction of the apprenticeship levy, the buying power has shifted heavily to employers leaving training providers to grapple with the new apprenticeship landscape and what it means for them. 

    We’ve witnessed new training providers emerge and existing providers consolidate and/or diversify their range of apprenticeships. Not one provider has had little to do and still the learning continues in between running the business! 

    In order to help providers to understand the bigger picture and their obligations as an apprenticeship training provider, we are delighted to bring you this full-day workshop: “Achieving Order from Chaos – Understanding the New Apprenticeship Landscape.” 


    This workshop is ideal for new apprenticeship training providers and recent entrants to the apprenticeship delivery marketplace and will cover: 

    • An overview of the apprenticeships landscape.  
    • Your role and responsibilities as an apprenticeship training provider.  
    • Understanding the component parts needed to deliver apprenticeships.  
    • Understanding the implications of delivering apprenticeships.  
    • Understanding how to maximise outputs and outcomes from delivering apprenticeship training.  

    See the Agenda for more information

    Target Audience 

    This workshop is ideal for: 

    • Brand new apprenticeship training providers on RoATP  
    • Recent apprenticeship training providers on RoATP (within the last 15months)  
    • Established providers on RoATP experiencing problems/issues with delivering apprenticeships  
    • Training providers that are considering delivering apprenticeships for the first time  
    • Employed staff that are new or recent to the apprenticeship sector  

    Delegate Fees

    AELP Member rate: £175.00 + VAT
    Non-Member rate: £375.00 + VAT 

    For more information and to book your place, please click here.

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  • Date & Time
    Nov 14 2018 at 10:00 AM - Nov 14 2018 at 04:00 PM
  • Location & full address
    Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel, London
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