Funding for Employers
£18.7m Skills for Employers and Employees (SEE) project provides businesses across North Wales with financial support to raise employee skills and knowledge. The project aims to support employers to build a skilled and adaptable workforce through subsidised training and development and has been extended to 2023. Vocational training is available in a range of key sectors including: Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Construction, Health and Social Care, Land-based, Energy and Professional Services. Coleg Cambria is the lead provider of a partnership with Grŵp and Llandrillo Menai providing training programmes across 6 counties of North Wales; Flintshire, Wrexham, Denbighshire, Conwy, Anglesey, Gwynedd to help improve Skills for Employers & Employees (SEE).
There’s now an even higher level of financial support available through the project in response to the Covid-19 virus situation. Therefore you can reap the rewards of accessing up to 100% subsidised training for your workforce (eligibility criteria applies*) up until the 31st August 2021.
The Employer Engagement and ESF teams will help you carry out an assessment of your staff, and identify the skills gaps and training opportunities within your team. Once a training plan has been agreed, the approved providers will manage the courses on your behalf. All the courses will be specific to the needs of your business and selected to bring the very best out of your team.
*Business must not have exceeded receipt of maximum value 200,000 euros of De Minimis state aid in the last 3 financial years. De Minimis declaration required.
For further information about the project, please contact email@example.com or call 0300 30 30 006.
Do you wish to upskill your existing workforce? Did you know you can benefit from recent changes in Welsh Government funding? As part of Welsh Government’s spirit to create a ‘Prosperous and Secure’ Wales, employees of any age and length of service can now benefit from the fully funded Apprenticeship programme. If you want to expand your business, develop a skilled workforce, reduce training and recruitment costs there’s no better time than today. Contact the Cambria for Business team for further information on 0300 30 30 006.
The Welsh Government has launched a £40 million skills and jobs package to help employers to take on and train new workers, including apprentices and young people. Apprenticeships continue to play a vital role in delivering the skills employers and the economy need, offering the opportunity to recruit cost effectively and build a skilled workforce.
The apprenticeship incentives, which will run from 1st of August 2020 to 28th of February 2021, will help businesses to recruit apprentices, supporting the development of a workforce that is able to meet changing business needs.
£3,000 for each new apprentice recruited aged under 25 where the contract of employment is for at least 30 hours per week.
£1,500 for each new apprentice recruited aged under 25 where the contract of employment is under 30 hours per week.
£2,000 for each new apprentice recruited aged 25 and over where the contract of employment is for at least 30 hours per week.
£1,000 for each new apprentice recruited aged 25 and over where the contract of employment is under 30 hours per week.
£2,600 for the re-employment of redundant apprentices to allow them to complete their training, where the contract of employment is at least 30 hours per week.
£1,300 for the re-employment of redundant apprentices to allow them to complete their training, where the contract of employment is less than 30 hours per week.
£1,500 for each new apprentice recruited.
* Employers recruiting on zero hour contracts are ineligible for the apprenticeship recruitment incentives.
* Shared Apprenticeship models are ineligible for the apprenticeship recruitment incentives.
* Payments will be limited to a maximum of ten apprentices per employer. This incentive applies to apprenticeships delivered at Levels 2-5 only.
For more information please contact the Cambria for Business team on 0300 30 30 006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org