Levy-paying organisations can transfer up to 25% of their annual levy fund to any other employer, including both levy-paying and non-levy organisations.
This is an opportunity to productively utilise the funds to identify future skills gaps support wider regional workforce skills and development needs engage with employers in your supply chain.
Payments can't be stopped once the apprenticeship has been approved on the apprenticeship service (unless the apprenticeship stops).
Get in touch with employers in your industry, in your supply chain, or look within regional partners. Or work with DSS and we can make it happen.
Training for the apprenticeship will be paid in full. Get help, advice and support from the transferring employer. Allow non-levy payers access to all training providers on RoATP.
The apprentice, standard, start/end date and training provider needs to be identified in advance as the transfer must relate to a specific apprentice.
You need to have an account on the apprenticeship service. You need to sign an agreement. If the apprenticeship stops, then funding stops. If the levy sender runs out of account funds, you will be asked to make a 10% contribution. The government will pay the remaining 90%. 10% of all transfer funds received count as state aid. Transfers can be used only for new starts and to pay for training and assessments and are managed through the apprenticeship service.