Service Levy Agreement

Search for help in the Learning Service at any time Updated Content for using the Learning Service. If you do not pay the apprenticeship tax, you finance your apprentices in two different ways, either through the apprenticeship service or through an apprenticeship financing contract from a training organisation. Training providers wishing to work with employers who opt for funding from the apprenticeship service must sign the agreement. You can sign the Manage Your Education and Skills Funding Service Agreement. For smaller employers with a payroll of less than £3 million and who do not pay the apprenticeship tax, the use of service during the early transition is optional. As soon as you are ready to sign up for the training service, you need to set up your account. You need to find out how much apprenticeship tax you have to pay each month and submit it to HMRC via the Pay As You Earn PAYE process. This agreement defines the conditions of use of the learning service for training providers. We encourage all employers to create an account so that they can enjoy the benefits of the training service.

Call us (08000 150 600) or email us (helpdesk@manage-apprenticeships.service.gov.uk) during our business hours If your annual payroll is over £3 million, you pay the training fee. From January 2020, the Education and Skills Financing Agency (AESF) invites all employers to use the apprenticeship service for a transitional period, as part of the experimentation with new regulations. Small employers who do not pay the apprenticeship tax share with the government the costs of training and assessing their apprentices. This is called “co-investment”. You should give full access to at least one other team member. This means that if the account holder is on vacation or leaves the organization, someone else can sign an agreement or make changes. After this transition, all training places will be placed through the apprenticeship service towards the end of 2020. Agreement between training providers and the Education and Skills Financing Agency (ESFA) for the remuneration of training providers for the execution of apprenticeship training. We have added an updated version of the apprenticeship contract for training providers.

You need to think about who you want to access your training services account. You can control what anyone can do. All employers can use the service to tailor learning to their business needs, fill skills gaps and increase productivity. With the agreement of the training provider, employers can set authorisations to allow training providers to carry out certain measures on their behalf. Update for employers who pay the apprenticeship tax on how they can now tender for vacancies through their apprenticeship account. As a smaller employer, you can reserve funds in the “Finance” area of your training account. You can also give your training provider permission to book it on their behalf. If you pay the apprenticeship tax, you must work with your: Update to reflect the policy changes, since all employers have access to the apprenticeship service.

You can add multiple organizations linked to the same account if you want to manage all your affiliated organizations in this way. They should register any organisation that enters into an agreement with a training provider for apprenticeship. Once you have registered, you need to follow the instructions in your training account.