Wed, 14 Oct | Online Development Session

ONLINE DEVELOPMENT SESSION: HOW THE KICKSTART SCHEME CAN SUPPORT BUSINESS & YOUNG PEOPLE in partnership with SCCB

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ONLINE DEVELOPMENT SESSION: HOW THE KICKSTART SCHEME CAN SUPPORT BUSINESS & YOUNG PEOPLE in partnership with SCCB

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14 Oct 2020, 10:00 – 11:00
Online Development Session

About the Event

TAG Network Midlands presents Online Development Session: HOW THE KICKSTART SCHEME CAN SUPPORT BUSINESS & YOUNG PEOPLE in partnership with South & City College Birmingham

To equally support business growth and to encourage apprenticeships, from 1st August 2020 to 31st January 2021, the government will pay employers £2,000 for each new under-25 apprentice they hire and £1,500 for each new 25+ apprentice they hire.

The ‘KickStart Scheme’ pays for 21 hours of work for a young unemployed person as the Apprenticeship New Start Grants offers organisations up to £3000 for new hire apprentices. This takes the total incentive for taking on a 16-18-year-old apprentice to £3,000. 

Join us and special guest Rebecca Waterfield, Head of Employer Engagement at South & City College Birmingham to find out more about how this scheme can support your business and young talent.

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