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The new body will carry out the roles of the Education Funding Agency and Skills Funding Agency.
Through the register, organisations that have met the criteria will deliver top-quality training for individuals and employers.
Large employers are encouraged to register for an online apprenticeship service before the launch of the apprenticeship levy on 6 April.
The nation’s top apprentices and apprenticeship employers have been recognised at a ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House.
Thousands of young people, teachers, and parents attended this year’s skills show showcasing the huge amount of opportunities out there.
Apprentices from a range of industries will be taking part in a procession of more than 7,000 people in London on Saturday, 12 November.
The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) has launched a new tool to help employers across England find apprenticeship training.
The results of the latest employer satisfaction survey are out and show widespread support from employers for providers.
New figures show almost 3 million apprenticeships created since May 2010 as part of government’s drive to create opportunities for all.
Young workers earning the National Minimum Wage are set to receive a pay rise of up to £450 a year from today (1 October 2016).
As part of a pilot employers and training providers will be able to test the service from start to finish to make sure it meets their needs.
Youth Offer figures show nearly 450,000 work experience and sector-based work academy pre-employment training placements started since 2012.
£2.5 billion will be invested in apprenticeship training by 2020 under plans unveiled by the government.
Engineering apprentices from the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) have been named the country’s apprentice team of the year.
The 2016 Apprenticeship Pay Survey is an important research project providing information on training, hours and pay from current apprentices.
Providers can now use a new Skills Funding Service which allows quick access to view and accept contracts and payment information digitally.
The UK’s top apprentices have been named among the team for EuroSkills Gothenburg 2016.
The SFA has now issued provider allocations for the 2016 to 2017 funding year.
Employer National Insurance contributions for apprentices aged under 25 years have been abolished.
A letter to the sector providing an update on changes to intervention work across Skills Funding Agency and Education Funding Agency.
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