3aaa Apprenticeships are dedicated to helping employers and organisations around England improve not only their skills development but the motivation of their staff. On the 10th March 2017, the 3aaa Apprenticeships Newcastle Academy hosted a seminar for local businesses and individuals, giving them the chance to hear about our nationwide service, delivered at a local level, as well as the opportunity to learn more about the Apprenticeship Levy, Mental Health in the Work Place and what support / funding is available in County Durham. 3aaa Apprenticeships Newcastle Academy invited these local employers along to the session so that they can help support them with their training and staff development in the future.
3aaa Apprenticeships are one of the largest Apprenticeship providers in the UK, specialising in the delivery of professional Apprenticeship standards across a number of disciplines including; Digital, Technology, Management, Financial Service and Accounts. Here are all our Apprenticeship Standards.
We are a Grade 1 OFSTED Outstanding Provider which provides employers across the country with the assurance of quality delivery and support and with 500 staff operating from 40 Locations across England, we have the capacity and capability to deliver what we promise. We are currently placing over 90 young people in sustainable jobs with Apprenticeship training each and every week. As stated above, our nationwide network of academies means that your organisation can receive a localised delivery of Apprenticeships, from a national Training Provider, so you can be sure that your Apprentices will always be taught close to your organisations base. Along with this we are incredibly proud of our specialised Match and Fill process, where our team works closely with employers to understand the requirements of their business to select the best possible candidates for them. Read more about our Match and Fill process here.
The Apprenticeship Levy
Like our Apprenticeship Levy Management team did in Newcastle, our industry experts are going around the country to ensure that employers are prepared for the implementation of the Apprenticeship Levy next month (April 2017). We have built a significant presence in the Levy market, both in the Public and Private Sectors and our aim is to support all local organisations, no matter what their Apprenticeship Levy spend is, with understanding, preparing, presenting and implementing their Levy strategy.
Remploy came along to the Seminar in Newcastle to discuss Workplace Mental Health Support and to raise awareness on Mental Health and other disabilities. They explained how they have a free of charge service for anyone, whether they are an Apprentice or not to support them with stress, how to cope within the workplace after a traumatic event or with a mental illness and to help them educate their employers on their needs. They explained how they have a 6 months program, where they can help diagnose and support all employees that work in England.
Remploy are an organisation who aim to improve the lives of disabled people and those with complex needs through the power of work. They work to find their strengths and once they know their skills, the team match those people to real jobs, with carefully chosen employers who help them achieve. Not only this, but they also support their clients by finding specific coping strategies and help the employer understand more about mental health disorders.
Durham Works are a branch of County Durham Council, who support young people who are NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) through various methods such as Training, in-work support and through various funding methods.
3aaa Apprenticeships are proud to work with Durham Works and they were also a guest speaker at the seminar. They discussed how they give a £5,000 grant to an employer for taking on a young person from Durham and urged those who are NEET to go to them for support.
Remploy and Durham Works are just a sample of the types of organisations we are in partnership with to ensure that all businesses within the UK can become their very best. We would like to thank the Organisations that presented and everyone who attended the seminar in Newcastle and we’re looking forward to continuing our fantastic relationship with you all.
If you have any questions about the Seminar then please contact us by:
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If you have any questions regarding the Apprenticeship Levy and how 3aaa Apprenticeships can support your organisation contact:
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