I am an experienced business leader, recruiter and start-up expert. I have created a number of successful businesses in training, recruitment and energy sectors and thrive on pioneering new concepts in existing industries.
Solvo Vir helps individuals unlock their potential and turbo charge their careers, with accredited training programmes endorsed by national awarding bodies. We are listed on the Education and Skills Funding Agency’s Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers.
The training programmes we provide help employees to gain the industry-specific qualifications they need to further their chosen career. Employers look to us to provide on-the-job training that improves their organisation’s productivity, efficiency and agility.
Our expert trainers and assessors have been working with organisations to provide high quality specialist training programmes and apprenticeship schemes since 2012. This is because we want to see individuals flourish and businesses reap the multiple benefits of a more highly skilled and motivated workforce.
Once apprenticeship training ends, learners are tested on their knowledge and skills in the area they have been training. This will demonstrate their ability to do the job they have been training for, and just how well they are able to apply the theory to practical scenarios. This is known as an End Point Assessment, and for the apprentice, marks the end of training and the start of a new career, with a qualification under their belt.
Businesses are now able to cover the costs of AAT accountancy training by claiming funds, which are now enrolling for April 2018. Solvo Vir’s new funded accountancy courses, accredited by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), is open for enrolment.
As the Apprenticeship Levy moves into its second year of establishment, media reports suggest that the government legislation – billed to drive three-million apprenticeships by 2020 – has not been well received.
A recent report from Bullhorn suggests that many industries are facing a talent shortage. Have you considered if your business is one of them? One of the most effective ways to fill this gap is to boost the skillset of the people who already understand the way your company works. And this can be done effectively with on-site apprenticeship training.
As we take a moment to look back on the past year of Apprenticeship Levy funding, amid mixed reports and opinions in the press, could it be time for employers who have been reluctant, to finally take advantage of the opportunity the Levy presents?
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