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Scarborough TEC provides innovative training solutions while offering the very best in educational opportunities, working in partnership with employers in our region to deliver Apprenticeships that will help out future economy to thrive.

The National Minimum Apprenticeship wage went up to £4.15 from £3.90 per hour on 1st April 2020. Please be aware, if you have an apprentice on this wage that has been furloughed, they are entitled to their 80% furlough pay, however the other 20% does have to be topped up by their employer, with them been on a low wage bracket. Any questions, please do get in touch! We are here to help.

Benefits include:

  • Improve your bottom lines

    Apprenticeships deliver real returns, helping you to improve productivity and be more competitive.

  • Keep your workforce motivated

    Apprentices tend to be eager, motivated, flexible and loyal to the company that invested in them. 78% of employers reported improved productivity.

  • Fill your skills gaps

    Apprenticeships deliver skills designed around your business needs, providing the skilled workers of the future. 86% of employers said Apprenticeships developed skills relevant to their organisation with 90% of Apprentices stay on in their place of work after completing an apprenticeship.

Workplace Learning

Workplace learning offers you the chance to work towards an NVQ qualification within your work environment.

This is an ideal way to prove your competence within your chosen career and gain the qualification to help with future career development.

Funding for workplace learning is assessed on an individual basis as we require details about your employer and past qualifications achieved.

Apprenticeship Levy

Our Apprenticeship Levy page is to help you understand all you need to know about the Apprenticeship Levy, how it will affect your business and how to ensure that your employees have the right skill sets to benefit your business.

The launch of the Apprenticeship Levy is scheduled for 6 April 2017 and has been designed to encourage employers to use apprenticeship programmes, either for new staff or to upskill an existing workforce, and help reduce the skills gap within the UK’s workforce. The Apprenticeship Levy will be applied to all industries in the UK.


Still not sure what your obligations are and what is involved please contact us and we will get back to you.

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