Training News

Apprenticeship levy

Are you aware of the Apprenticeship Levy? The Apprenticeship Levy is a payment that will be collected from employers (both public and private sectors) with an annual staff salary bill of more than £3 million. The purpose of the levy is to encourage employers to invest in apprenticeship programmes and to raise additional funds to improve the quality and quantity of apprenticeships. Does your organisation plan to utilise the Apprenticeship Levy? If so, could any of NEA’s training products support your apprenticeship programme?

For further details please contact: Chris Ellis, Training and Assessment Manager or call 0191 2692907.

Free half-day energy awareness courses

We currently have a number of free half-day energy awareness courses available to be delivered on an in-house basis. For further details contact Lynsey Thompson.

Supported E-Learning

Fuel Poverty and Health and Fuel Bill Management modules are now available on an individual licence basis as well as for organisations. Please click on the relevant course title for further details.

Level 3 Award in Energy Awareness 6281-01

Open access courses coming up in Northern Ireland in August and Newcastle and London in September. Click here for further details

Published on 19-12-2016
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