Why should I employ an apprentice?

Taking on an apprentice is an excellent way of ensuring you can build and develop an excellent team of employees, trained to your standards and committed to your business. The vast majority of employers who have taken on an apprentice say that this has benefited their business, both in enhancing knowledge and skills and also in helping them to grow and prosper.

You will also be able to claim funding towards the costs of training an apprentice, with further funding available if the apprentice is between the ages of 16 and 18.

You will receive guidance and help from ICB (as the End Point Assessment Organisation) and the training provider you choose (all of whom are accredited by ICB). It is a three-way partnership that will help you succeed.

For further details please email apprenticeships@bookkeepers.org.uk or telephone 0203 405 4000 and ask to speak to the apprenticeship department.

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