Could your business benefit from an apprentice in 2024?
A new 19+ apprenticeship programme is being launched by Logic4training for employers interested in taking on an apprentice.
Scheduled to begin during summer 2024 at its centre in Northolt, West London, the first apprenticeships will be in Gas Engineering and Smart Metering.
Logic4training apprenticeships provide a number of benefits over college-based alternatives, including year-round provision so apprentices can start at a time to suit the employer, and small class sizes to ensure the best possible training experience.
The training provider will do a block-release model, with in-centre training tailored in terms of time and content (where possible) to the needs of a business. By completing training in chunks (1-2 weeks at a time), on return to the workplace, the apprentice will have useful skills that can be applied straight away.
Mark Krull, Director for Logic4training, said: “We are excited to launch our new apprenticeship programme. Apprenticeships offer a great opportunity for both the apprentice and the employer; a mutually beneficial arrangement, which allows businesses to cost-effectively upskill someone to meet their specific needs, while the trainee ‘earns while they learn’. Statistically, an apprentice is far more likely to stay with an employer after training is complete.
Megan Killen, Head of Apprenticeships at Logic4training, added: “Apprenticeships are a tried, tested and affordable model for bringing in new talent. Larger organisations pay into the Apprenticeship Levy, which covers the price of training and smaller businesses pay just 5% towards this cost. Apprentices must be paid a minimum wage, but at the end of the process, you have someone fully qualified and well-versed in the culture of your organisation. We look after all the training element and support both the learner and their employer throughout.”
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