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ADVERTORIAL


Using the Apprenticeship Levy how the business travel sector can gain value


According to recent Open University Research, Senior UK Business Leaders are enjoying the benefits: 69%


"Presents an opportunity to


address the skills shortage"


68% "Offers


opportunities to up- skill existing employees"


Interview with Karen McKenna Managing Director, Travilearn


Q. What is the apprenticeship levy?


The Apprenticeship Levy is a UK tax on employers which can be used to fund apprenticeship training. It is payable by all employers with an annual pay bill of more than £3 million at a rate of 0.5% of their total pay bill.


Q. Why did the Government introduce it?


The introduction of the government levy marked a crucial step in encouraging employers to take the issue of training seriously.


Nobody understands the skills employers need better than the employers themselves. The levy puts employers in the driving seat, allowing them to control their apprenticeship training, select their own highest quality training providers or, train their apprentices themselves.


65% "Helps organisations


attract and retain talent"


Q. What are the primary benefits of apprenticeships?


The vast majority of business leaders can see the long-term benefits apprenticeships will bring - including increased productivity, improved attraction and retention of skilled staff and overall improvement in organisational performance.


Also, with the introduction of higher and degree level apprenticeships, employers can now use the funding to build up the higher-level skills they require to future- proof their organisations.


Q. How does it benefit the business travel sector?


Business travel providers can access apprenticeships that focus exactly on the skills, knowledge and behaviours required for this sector. The latest new apprenticeship "Pathway to Business Travel Professional" provides key customer service skills, combined with rich business travel content.


Q. Who provides the training?


If you are not delivering apprenticeships yourself then you need to find a reputable training provider, experienced at delivering apprenticeship standards.


Do they have a proven track record and experience? Can they help with recruitment as well as up-skilling existing employees? Can they offer flexible learning delivery to make the 20 per cent off-the-job requirement more manageable? Will they support you through the process, making if fast and simple?


“We are delighted to partner with Travilearn to create a very powerful and relevant training offer for the business travel industry.”


Martin Dunford, OBE, Chief Executive, Skills Training UK. Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, FE Week & AAC Awards 2019


find out more at www.travilearn.com/apprenticeships or email enquiries@travilearn.com 67% 57%


"Benefits the UK Economy"


"Will boost productivity"


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