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Have your say: Institute for Apprenticeships Draft Operational Plan
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Digital Apprenticeship Company
The Digital Apprenticeship Company is a Tech Partnership social enterprise created by employers to help companies plan and implement high-quality apprenticeship programmes and maximise return on their levy contributions. All surpluses made by the Digital Apprenticeship Company are used to support the Tech Partnership's charitable mission.
The levy is approaching
As the date for apprenticeship levy introduction approaches, businesses are increasingly having to grapple with important questions, such as:
- How do I maximise the return on my company’s levy contribution?
- What can I do to attract high calibre apprentices?
- How do I find high quality training provision for my apprentices?
- How can I learn from my peers in other companies who face similar challenges?
- Where can I go for impartial advice?
The Digital Apprenticeship Company will provide you with independent, expert support to deliver answer these questions - ensuring you maximise value from your levy contribution and build a high-quality apprenticeship programme.
To access the services of the Digital Apprenticeship Company you'll need to become a member.
By becoming a member, your organisation can access:
Training provider sourcing
Become a member
For an initial discussion on the benefits of membership for your business, contact email@example.com