At LDN Group, we believe that apprenticeships are about making a difference. A difference to young people’s lives. A difference to local communities. A difference to business. We’re thrilled to be at the forefront of helping employers to use their#LevyForChange. 

On 6 April 2017 the world of apprenticeships changed forever. Employers who have a pay bill of more than £3m a year started paying the Apprenticeship Levy. From 1 May onwards, those same employers will have access to a Digital Account which will allow them to purchase and control their own apprenticeship programmes from an approved provider. At the same time, the rules on who is able to do an apprenticeship have changed significantly meaning that apprenticeships are now open to an even broader group of people (including graduates!). Check out our Ultimate Guide to Apprenticeship Levy Funding to find out more.

The LDN Group are experts at helping ambitious, growing companies to create new apprenticeship opportunities and at introducing local young people to them. We work exclusively with 16-24 year olds and our candidates are normally first jobbers, looking to break out of a mundane retail job, or to switch to a more practical educational pathway and kick start their career. Our apprentices work in a huge range of jobs, and follow one of our highly engaging apprenticeship pathways, which include:

–      Digital Project Admin                                        – Digital Marketing

–      Digital Client Services                                        – IT Support and Networking

–      Digital Finance                                                    – Software Development

–      Business and Administration                            – Network Engineering

Our apprenticeships offer an opportunity to all who are involved in them. An opportunity to make a difference. A difference to young people’s lives. A difference to local communities. A difference to your business.

And that’s why we’re thrilled to be helping employers to use the #LevyForChange. Get in touch with me or James O’Donnell to find out more.