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Bondholder Learning Unlimited is urging businesses to take advantage of the huge pots of funding available for apprenticeships, and is currently working fellow Bondholders Bombardier, Bowmer+Kirkland, Derby Cathedral, Derby City Council, Derbyshire Constabulary and Elliot Mather.

95% Government funding is available to the majority of UK employers who access the apprenticeship scheme to retrain and upskill their existing workforce.

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An additional incentive has recently been introduced by the Government for any new apprentices with an employment start date between 1st Aug 2020 – 31st Jan 2021:

  • 16 – 24 years of age – £2000

  • 25+ years of age – £1500

Learning Unlimited suggest that rather than accumulating debt or spending what’s left of a business training budget, businesses should look to utilise the apprenticeship scheme in one way or another.

The available government funding for apprenticeships can be used to ensure all team members are equipped with the relevant knowledge, skills and behaviours to be successful in their existing, new or slightly adapted roles.

Wendy Taylor, Business Development Consultant at Learning Unlimited, said: “We are delighted to clearly explain the government funding and incentive payments that will enable businesses to rebuild with confidence and without the financial concerns, whilst achieving their future plans”

To find out more or get in touch with Learning Unlimited, please visit its website at


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