Video interview with Sue Husband, Director of the National Apprenticeship Service about the Apprenticeship Levy and the new provider register.

Sue explains that next round of information about the Apprenticeship Levy will be released by Mid-July, which will provide more details about how the Levy will work. The man benefit to the Levy will be direct access to employers.

Sue then chats about the register, particularly the benefits for sub-contractors to work direct with employers without having to work through a Prime Provider.

Please click on the video below to hear what Sue has to say about the Levy and the new Register:

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