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Revenues and Benefits Apprenticeship

 

Webinar 2: Rules and Funding

Welcome to the second of a two-part webinar series, discussing the Revenues and Benefits Apprenticeship.

Through this recorded series, we cover everything you need to know to plan and implement this exciting new apprenticeship standard within your organisation.

DATE RECORDED: 10/5/18
GUEST SPEAKER:Claire McLellan, Director of apprenticeships at escalla.

In this webinar, Claire McLellan and Emma Serventi introduce the rules and funding for the Revenues and Welfare Benefits Practitioner Apprenticeship standard. They discuss and present facts about what employers and apprentices can expect, as well as giving details about the fees and funding.

Topics covered

  • Overview of the apprenticeship changes
  • What can be funded
  • What cannot be funded
  • The rules around funding
  • How to optimise funding
  • Latest update about the standard (10/5/18)

Expert Guest Speaker:

More about the Revenues and Benefits Apprenticeship

The level 4 Revenues and Welfare Benefits Practitioner Apprenticeship is the only standard of its kind. Developed through an employer-led trailblazer, it provides apprentices with an industry-specific level 4 qualification – incorporating key skills around council tax, business rates, benefits and debt recovery.

Levy-funded, this revenues and benefits apprenticeship is ideal for both new trainees, as well as existing staff looking to develop their skills.

By completing this apprenticeship, practitioners will gain the key skills to improve their services today, as well as prepare for changes in the future.

Why Partner with escalla

escalla is one of the leading training and apprenticeship providers for revenues and benefits apprenticeships, and local government training in the UK.

  • Over 25 years delivering local government training and apprenticeships.
  • RoATP approved training provider
  • Ofsted Grade 2 Good rated
  • Delivered the national framework in Local Taxation and Benefits.
  • Helped countless local authorities keep up to date with specialist revenues and benefits legislation – through our range of training, recruitment and digital services.

Benefits for employers:

  • Drive up standards by training new recruits or existing staff.
  • Training fees paid through your levy account, not your service budget.
  • Invest in your staff with a valuable level 4 apprenticeship qualification.
  • Specialist revenues and benefits training – formed through a trailblazer.
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