Q&A session with early years business experts: helping you to bounce back, post-lockdown
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Rishi Sunak unveils 'kickstart jobs scheme' for young people: employers will get £2000 for apprenticeships
The chancellor has unveiled a ‘kickstart jobs scheme’ for young people in his summer statement, meaning that companies will now be given £2000 each to encourage them to hire apprentices aged 16-24; and £1500 for apprentices aged over 25.
He also says the government will provide £100m to create places on Level 2 and 3 courses.
This £2bn emergency package is an attempt to prevent mass unemployment due to the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the UK economy. The chancellor says this ‘kickstart’ plan is aimed at preventing an entire generation being "left behind".
Funds for early years training here at last: discover how you can get £3k to help pay your staff wages
The announcement that the government is giving money to companies to employ new staff on apprenticeships is great news.
This means that you can start recruiting the staff for the positions you’ve been wanting to, but haven’t been able to - and earn up to £3000* from each apprenticeship!
Here at Parenta Training, we can help you find your next team member – right now. Tell us what vacancies you would like us to fill and let us take care of the rest.
We have hundreds of candidates who would love to start their career in childcare, so let us help you find your perfect apprentice, completely free of charge!
Complete this form and let us do the rest. Before you know it, you will have a new team member and up to £3000* to help pay your staff wages!
*£2,000 for each apprentice aged 16-24; £1500 for apprentices aged over 25.
This is in addition to the existing £1,000 payment the government already provides for new 16-18 year-old apprentices, and those aged under 25 with an Education, Health and Care Plan – where that applies.