Guidance

Prepare for Brexit if you provide further education and training or employ apprentices

What further education and training providers and businesses that employ apprentices, in England, should do to get ready for Brexit.

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FE training providers should continue to follow the current guidance on eligibility for funding for 16 to 19 year olds, adult education and Advanced Learner Loans.

Apprenticeship training providers and employers should continue to follow the current eligibility requirements for employing and training an apprentice.

For current information, read:

You can also read about the transition period.

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Preparations that organisations and businesses should make for Brexit.

It is for:

  • further education (FE) and training providers
  • sixth-form colleges
  • apprenticeship providers
  • traineeship providers
  • businesses in the UK employing apprentices or trainees
Published 31 January 2019
Last updated 25 October 2019 + show all updates
  1. Added information about the EU Settlement Scheme status checker and managing allergens when making changes to catering. Further formatting changes have been made to highlight actions that people need to take.

  2. Format updates have been made to highlight actions that people need to take. A link has also been added that allows people to sign up for email alerts to get the latest information about Brexit.

  3. Updated information for further education institutions and apprenticeship providers in England on how to prepare for Brexit.

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