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Government contribution for non-levy paying organisations has been increased from 90 to 95 .


Intecs Rising Star 2019 Winners are Lisa Gorman Zoe Keir-Pullen Daniel Cox.


Intecs Higher Apprentice of the Year Winner 2019 is John Sharkey .


Intecs Apprentice of the Year Winner 2019 is Lisa Clayton of Unipart .


Intecs Apprentice of the Year 2018 was won by Joe Griffiths of Grahams Plumbers Merchants .


Gemma Weston of Staysure is awarded Intecs Rising Star of 2018 .


Lindab - Customer Service Distinction.


What can SMEs expect from their 10 contribution to ApprenticeshipsAnne Milton Skills Minister surprised many at last weeks AELP conference by announcing that there would be no change to the contribution to Apprenticeships by non-levy paying employers Despite heavy campaigning by the AELP non-levy paying employers will still have to contribute 10 of the cost of the qualification.


One negative experience can lead to a huge loss of potential custom We all know the impact a bad Trip Advisor review has when searching for our dream holiday and with so much choice why shouldnt we go elsewhere.


Dispelling the myth that Apprenticeships are just for young school leavers and inspiring your existing workforce to want to do an Apprenticeship can be difficult but the Levy provides you with the opportunity to map existing training across to an Apprenticeship or risk losing the investment altogether Read our 6 fail-safe tips to marketing Apprenticeships internally.


The lack of clarity surrounding the Apprenticeship Levy has left many organisations in limbo either on the back foot trying to play catch up by putting panic provisions in place rather than ensuring best return on investment or as with many larger businesses those who are prepared but planning levy spends in such detail that come 24 months time there will be too much Levy.


No two organisations are the same so your plan for your levy should be unique to you However weve put together a list of areas all organisations should consider investing their Levy .


At Intec Business Colleges our Employment Services provide courses that equip job seekers with a broad range of skills specifically designed to help build confidence enhance CVs and widen long term employment prospects.


Theres often a misconception that training programmes purely focus on the young school college or university leaver Nothing could be further from the truth.


In little more than a year Rory McKenna has risen from Apprentice to Bookings Manager at leading promotional and event staffing agency Envisage Promotions and is set to continue his career development .


Najoua Chekaya is a Regional Manager at Pure Gym who has recently undertake a Level 5 Apprenticeship in Management Leadership Read more to find out what an Apprenticeship has done for her.


As someone who didnt really enjoy school Gemma Strain may seem an unlikely advocate for education but she attributes her career progression to the workplace learning she has undertaken since joining business process outsourcer Sitel.


20 year-old Will Paul was always reasonably academic at school With good A levels he followed the same path as many of his peers and applied to Manchester Metropolitan University to do a business degree and continue his education But it wasnt what he expected.


Barker and Stonehouse, one of the North East’s most successful independent retailers, has partnered with Intec Business Colleges to set up an apprenticeship programme from its Middlesbrough head office..


VIP is the UKs largest independent distributor of PC components gaming peripherals and IT products and as part of the VIP Group has been putting its colleagues and clients at the forefront of its business for 25 years.


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