For Employers

Whether you want to recruit an apprentice to grow your team or upskill an existing staff member, we can help.
Since 2008, North of England Training have been helping employers of all sizes develop their teams to enhance their skills and perform more effectively in their roles.
How can I get involved with apprenticeships?
If you are interested in improving your business through apprenticeship training, there are two ways in which you can do this:

Option 1 – Recruit a new apprentice to your team 
If you’re looking to add an apprentice to your team we can help you from start to finish. From writing a vacancy and recruiting the perfect apprentice right through to delivering quality training and support throughout the apprenticeship, we’ll make sure you and your apprentice feel right at home with our friendly team.

 Option 2 – Enrol an existing staff member on an apprenticeship-training programme 

Should you wish to improve your existing staff through formal qualifications and training, we’ve got that covered too. Many employers enrol existing staff onto apprenticeship programmes so they can develop new skills and take on additional responsibilities within the company. For example, an existing Administrator could enrol on an Accountancy course, enabling them to take on additional duties such as payroll, bookkeeping or managing computerised accounts. Not only does this give you the opportunity to bring often-expensive, outsourced services in-house, it also improves employee motivation through career development and enhanced career prospects.

With qualifications in Business Administration, Team Leading, Management, Social Media Marketing and many more,
we have a wealth of professional qualifications to benefit your team.


We can advise you on Government funding that is available to your business so that you can take full advantage of these funds. Often the cost of training is fully covered. Sometimes there is a small contribution to pay. Speak to one of our team members to find out more about employer funding and grants.
We take a flexible approach to training delivery. We will work with you to find out what times and dates would suit you best. This often means we come to you to deliver the training in your workplace, causing minimum disruption to your work.

If you would like to discuss the possibility of taking on an apprentice or would like a us to visit you on site and conduct a free training needs analysis, get in touch today. A member of the team will be delighted to answer your questions and offer guidance.

An apprenticeship is a real job combined with training, meaning individuals can gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst also gaining work experience and earning a salary. Apprentices get all the same employment rights as any other employee including minimum wage regulations and paid holidays.

Apprenticeships are available up to degree level and beyond in a range of jobs and sectors, making them an extremely viable way of growing your business and hand crafting the perfect team of staff.

The minimum wage for apprentices is £3.40 per hour, but many employers pay more than this. This is dependent on the sector, region, apprenticeship level and the apprentice’s age.
An apprentice is your opportunity to mould a member of staff to your exact business needs and research shows that, on average, business with an apprentice report a productivity increase of £214 per week. Hiring an apprentice also offers you more loyalty and enthusiasm as they are keen to get ahead in their profession and often exceptionally grateful for your help in kick-starting their careers.