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The Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) is proud to announce that it will be offering postgraduate level apprenticeships (Level 7) in a selected range of professional fields. These apprenticeships are currently in development and going forward we are actively working with employers who are looking to upskill their staff and utilise the levy in place.

Apprenticeships

Course title  
MSt Architecture Apprenticeship Register Interest
MSt in Applied Criminology and Police Management (Senior Leaders’ Master’s Degree Apprenticeship) Apply Now

As an employer you will benefit from:

  • Developing a University of Cambridge course linked to a required skills gap
  • Workforce development and attracting new talent
  • Diversity, inclusion and social mobility
  • Utilising your levy
  • For new apprenticeships starting on or after 1 April 2019, non-levy funded employers can claim 95% of levy from the government pot and top up with 5% of their own training budget

If you are an England-based employer, you can r​egister your interest to learn more on how a Level 7 apprenticeship can benefit your workforce and company. Our business partnerships team will address your enquiry and guide you through the next steps.

Useful links for employers

ESFA apprenticeship funding: information on changes to the apprenticeship funding system, payment of the apprenticeship levy, use of the Digital Apprenticeship Service (DAS), information for employers who don’t pay the levy. ESFA has a YouTube channel with practical webinars for employers. 

University Vocational Awards Council (UVAC): information on all aspects of the policy and operational requirements of higher and degree apprenticeships.

Individualised Learning Record (ILR): the Education And Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) use the ILR data to calculate funding earned by publicly funded colleges, training organisations, local authorities and employers (FE providers). The data gathered provides information on the effectiveness of the learning programmes in terms of who they reach, what learning they receive, and what outcomes are achieved.

Employer Reference Numbers (ERNs): an ERN is given to every business that registers with HM Revenue and Customs as an employer. It is a unique set of letters and numbers often referred to on tax forms as an employer PAYE reference number.

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