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Webinar guides employers through next steps of the Apprenticeship Levy

16 January 2017

EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, is running a free webinar in conjunction with the Skills Funding Agency, to guide employers through the next steps of the Apprenticeship Levy – registering for and setting up a Digital Apprenticeship Service (DAS) account. 


The webinar, Apprenticeship Levy – Managing your Digital Apprenticeship Service (DAS) Account – takes place 19th January at 10am. It will explain step-by-step how to register on the DAS, view and forecast future funds, find providers and add apprentices onto the system to begin training.
 
Ther DAS account tells much they there is in levy funds to spend, allowing companies to plan how they will spend it. Planning will be key as companies will only have 24 months to spend their levy vouchers before they expire, says the EEF.
 
The webinar will include comments from a senior official from the Skills Funding Agency along with EEF policy experts, who will provide the latest information and insight. There will also be an opportunity during the event to ask questions.
 
Click here to register for the event. 


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