https://sfadigital.blog.gov.uk/2019/04/29/we-can-support-transfer-conversations-a-provider-explains-how-in-our-transfers-webinar/

"We can support transfer conversations" - a provider explains how in our transfers webinar

transfers journey
Image of transfers journey

On Tuesday (30 April) we will be holding a webinar to help training providers support employers who are planning to make or receive a transfer of apprenticeship funds.

The webinar, ‘Apprenticeship service transfers – a step by step walkthrough for training providers’, comes one week after the new 25% transfer allowance became visible in employers’ apprenticeship service accounts. The 45-minute webinar will provide a general overview on transfers and tips about how to set up a transfer, as well as a perspective on transfers from a training provider.

“As a training provider it makes sense for us to take the lead with transfers.”

Wiser Academy logoCrescens George, from provider Wiser Academy, who will be presenting at the webinar, will share his view on the role training providers can play in transfers.

“As a training provider it makes sense for us to take the lead with transfers. We have a good relationship with both larger employers and smaller employers. Providers are in a great position to support conversations about transfers between large and small employers.

“Encouraging employers to transfer funds may help smaller employers upskill existing staff or recruit apprentices”

“Where larger employers have apprenticeship funds to spend that would otherwise expire, it makes sense if they transfer it to others in the same sector or supply chain. For example, we work with a large insurance company and with small brokers. Encouraging our larger employer to transfer funds may provide smaller employers with opportunities to upskill existing staff or recruit new apprentices, and addressing skills needs within the industry can then aid business growth.

“Transfers work to strengthen industries”

“Transfers work to strengthen the industry – the better trained employees at the smaller brokers are, the better skilled they will be, which benefits the sector as a whole. For example, if employees working for smaller insurance brokers are trained, they will give high quality advice, which will stand the sector in good stead. For training providers it means a growing pool of apprentices. It is beneficial to employers and training providers alike.”

Join Crescens for the webinar on 30 April. The first will be held from 12 noon to 12:45pm and the second will be held from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

To sign up, please visit the webinar registration page.

Please use the GoToMeeting test link to check the meeting will run on your IT systems before the webinar is due to take place: https://link.gotomeeting.com/system-check

To see our other videos and webinars on transfers look at our You Tube videos.

To keep in touch, sign up to email updates from this blog or follow us on Twitter.

Leave a comment

We only ask for your email address so we know you're a real person

By submitting a comment you understand it may be published on this public website. Please read our privacy notice to see how the GOV.UK blogging platform handles your information.