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10 Responsibilities as
an Employer
Read below for ten responsibilities you have to an apprentice as an employer.

One

Provide a genuine job with a contract of employment that covers the terms of an apprenticeship.

Two

Put the apprentice on the correct wage for their age, for the time they are in work and in off-the-job training in line with the law.

Three

Help apprentices gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to achieve the apprenticeship.

Four

Work with a training provider to support their learning and development.

Five

Have an apprenticeship agreement in place with your apprentice for the duration of the apprenticeship.

Six

Give appropriate on-the-job work experience and training.

Seven

Have a contract of services with providers, if you pay the Apprenticeship Levy and use the apprenticeship service.

Eight

Have an apprenticeship in place for at least one year.

Nine

Take part in regular reviews of your apprentice’s progress and support with target setting.

Ten

Ensure adequate competent supervision.

Get in Touch

If you are interested in finding out how Rise can support your business, click Enquire Now below and one of our expert advisors will be in contact.

Alternatively, call 01422 418 430 or email: employers@calderdale.ac.uk.

We engage with over 3000 employers and 4500 students, providing career progressing skills.

Why Hire an Apprentice?

We’ll answer your questions and explain why employing an apprentice can be so beneficial for your business.

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are a way for individuals to gain valuable skills and knowledge within a job role whilst earning a salary.

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