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Are you making the most of the apprenticeship levy?

The Apprenticeship Levy has been implemented by the government to increase the uptake of apprenticeship training by charging a levy of 0.5% on your payroll contribution over and above £3m. So, if you’re a business with a payroll of over £3m, you will pay the Apprenticeship Levy. Since April 2017, contributions of 0.5% of your wage bill will have been paid into your Levy ‘pot’ where they can only be drawn down and spent on apprenticeship training delivered by registered apprenticeship providers.

However, half of employers will write off at least some of their first tranche of apprenticeship levy funding, according to research conducted by People Management which suggests many businesses are still struggling to put processes and strategies in place to deal with the levy.

In this survey, produced in association with Learning Curve Group, we want to understand the challenges you've faced when implementing the levy, what is working and what isn't, how easy is it to access, and more. 

Plus, complete our survey and you can enter into a prize draw to win £100 of John Lewis vouchers.

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1. Does your organisation pay the apprenticeship levy? *This question is required.