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Less than a month to go – don’t let your apprenticeship levy fund expire!

The Apprenticeship Levy is a UK tax on employers which can be used to fund apprenticeship training. If your company has a paybill of over £3 million pounds, they will be required to pay a percentage of this as a levy tax, so may have unspent funds in their levy pot. You have until 6 April 2019 to start using them.

We can help you make the most of your investment
There are five specifically designed CICM apprenticeship courses over three levels for those wishing to learn the credit profession. The courses are open to everyone between the ages of 16 and 65, even those already part-qualified. At each Level of apprenticeship you will be able to gain professional CICM qualifications.

What you need to do…..
1. Speak to your HR department to find out if funding is available
2. Choose the apprenticeship that is at a suitable level for your requirements. CICM have apprenticeships at Level 2, Level 3 and Level 6.
3. Find a training organisation, they will handle your apprentice’s training, qualification and assessment. Search for Level 2 or Level 3 training providers or email
4. Select the employee you wish to put through the apprenticeship or advertise your apprenticeship externally – your training organisation will do this for you through the Government’s service.