Wednesday 20th June 2018 at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
Leadership Experience Apprenticeship Programme Taster
A 1-day complimentary programme exploring how to get the best out of the Apprenticeship Levy
Who is this for?
You want to make the most out of the Apprenticeship Levy.
You are an executive, senior HR person, or similar organisational decision maker.
Learn how Apprenticeships can benefit your organisation regardless of the industry you are in… and how you can access government funding to subsidise up to 90% of the total training cost.
Modern Apprenticeships are not just for school leavers taking manual jobs. They are available for businesses in a wide range of industries, and for people at every stage of their development; from team leaders and operations managers up to functional heads and directors.
The Apprenticeship Levy, introduced by the UK government in April 2017 makes funds available for large organisations to use for Apprenticeships. If your organisation has a wage bill in excess of £3 million, then these funds are already available to you. However, there is a 24 month time limit for you to access these funds and use them for training.
IDG and Babington have designed the ‘Leadership Experience Apprenticeship Programme (LEAP)’, a management development solution that incorporates an Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) approved Apprenticeship Standard with our unique leadership methodologies benefiting from onsite experiential learning at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Come to Sandhurst for our open day and we will explain why you should be taking advantage of modern apprenticeships, how you can access the funds that are available to you and what your organisation and your people can gain from LEAP.
Request more information on the programme
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FREE. All costs whilst you are on the programme, including food, will be met by IDG. Note that this does not include your travel to and from Sandhurst.
20th June 2018
Royal Military Academy Sandhurst