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10-12-18

NFCC apprenticeship workshop taking place next week

 A workshop focusing on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers is set to take place on December 19th in London.

The aim of the workshop is to help fire and rescue services who are looking to apply to the RoATP register when it opens in December. The register of apprenticeship training providers is a list of organisations which are eligible to receive government funding to train apprentices.

The register of apprenticeship training providers is a list of organisations that are eligible to receive government funding to train apprentices. There are a few things organisations need to consider before becoming a registered apprenticeship training provider.

NFCC’s Central Programme Office is running the workshop and it aims to assist all Fire and Rescue Services who wish to apply to the RoATP register when it opens in December. John Myer will be running a workshop on completing the register, giving delegates the opportunity to ask any questions.

John  Myers is Head of National Account Management  for the Central, Education & Skills Funding Agency, National Apprenticeship Service (NAS). The ESFA brings together the former responsibilities of the Education Funding Agency (EFA) and Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to create a single agency accountable for funding education and skills for children, young people and adults. NAS is the National Apprenticeship Service, which part of the Skills Funding Agency, is a government agency that coordinates apprenticeships in England, enabling young people to enter the skilled trades. This include large companies such as Jaguar Land Rover, Aldi, The co-operative and JCB as well as Local Government and the NHS.

The RoATP register workshop will take place at Holborn Bars,  EC1N2SW on December 19th.  It will start at 10:30 and finish at 16:15.  The event is free of charge, however delegates or their organisations will be responsible for travel costs and any associated costs.

The workshop is open to fire and rescue services and is free to attend. Spaces will be limited to two to three spaces per service. To book a place, please email NFCC People Programme nfccpeople@ukfrs.com with the following information.

  • Delegate's name
  • Service
  • Email
  • Telephone number

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