By Chris Dawson September 9, 2021 - 10:15 am

Hemes pledge £200k apprenticeship levy funds for SMEs

Hermes has pledged over £200k of its apprenticeship levy funds to help support SMEs – the maximum amount it can in a year, under the government scheme. This will enable other companies to take on new apprentices or upskill existing ones, providing a valuable post

Amazon Apprentice Levy funding available for your business

Yesterday we wrote about the Apprentice Levy and how it's a pot of money for nothing sitting waiting to be claimed. One large such pot is sat with Amazon and if you don't claim it they'll have to simply return it to the Government. The

Money for nothing – The Apprenticeship Levy

Adrian Grove, Business Development Director at Qube Learning, wants to spread the word about the generous funding available to SMEs to boost their workforce before the funds are returned to government coffers. It's basically money for nothing with the apprenticeship levy pot sitting their waiting

1,000 New Amazon Apprenticeships paying up to 30k this year

Having created 10,000 new permanent jobs in the UK during 2020, there are now 1,000 new Amazon apprenticeships up for grabs in 2021. Applications are starting to open so if you're interested, jump onto the Amazon Apprenticeships website to find out what's on offer -

£1m Fund for Amazon Apprenticeships in SME businesses

Since opening its stores to smaller, independent sellers nearly 20 years ago, Amazon has been a growth engine for millions of small businesses around the world. In 2000, 3% of physical gross merchandise sales on Amazon came from third-party businesses. By 2018 this increased to

1,000 new Amazon Apprentices announced

Amazon have announced plans to create over 1,000 full-time apprenticeship roles in the UK over the next two years, in addition to the 300 Amazon apprentices already with the company. These are not an excuse to hire cheap labour in their warehouse (which to be

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