Joe Crossley, CEO of @QubeLearning discusses: Unlocking potential – the nation’s individuals and businesses who will help the economy recover post pandemic
The CEO of Leading national training provider Qube Learning, Joe Crossley says ‘With an indeterminate amount of time lying ahead in isolation, individuals and businesses are wondering when some sort of normality will return to give a glimmer of hope for the future and what this will look like for them. And, as education and training come under threat, many providers have changed the way they work to adapt to the current challenges to ensure those employers and their employees are cared for.
As education training comes under threat, many providers are having to change the way they work to adapt to the current challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure that employers and their employees can carry on.
Why are companies still missing out on the opportunity to tap into Apprenticeship Levy transfers?
By 2020, most businesses will be familiar with the Apprenticeship Levy in the UK which launched in 2017. In a nutshell, the levy is a UK tax on employers which can be used to fund apprenticeship training. It is payable by all employers with an annual pay bill of more than £3 million at a rate of 0.5% of their total payroll, and the levy monies are held in a ‘digital fund’ that employers can use to pay for apprenticeship training.
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