We support employers in finding and recruiting the best quality apprentices as well as providing support to the apprentice and employer throughout the duration of the apprenticeship. We monitor the progress and assess the apprentice’s competence against nationally recognised standards. Tyne North Training covers: Newcastle, Northumberland, Gateshead, North and South Tyneside, Washington, Sunderland and County Durham.
Investing in apprenticeships will provide you with an effective method of securing the right skills needed for the future but also enables you to change, adapt and take advantage of market opportunities by moulding tomorrow’s talent to your exact business needs.
Create the qualified, skilled labour your business needs by recruiting and training an apprentice within your company with support from Tyne North Training.
TYNE NORTH TRAINING CURRENTLY HAVE OVER 450 APPRENTICES IN OVER 150 DIFFERENT LOCAL EMPLOYERS
Hear what our employers have to say
Apprenticeships are funded in two different ways depending on the size of the employer…
Larger employers who pay the apprenticeship levy (have an annual pay bill of over £3million) will pay the apprenticeship levy as a tax every month to HMRC. They will also register for an online Apprenticeship Service Account and once the account is set up, HMRC pay the levy straight into the account and the Government tops it up with an extra 10%.
Funds in the Apprenticeship Service Account can then be spent on apprenticeship training delivery. Once an apprentice is registered on the account, the funding is paid monthly to Tyne North Training and if the funds in the Apprenticeship Service Account run out then the government will pay 95% of any overspend – the employer has to pay 5% of any overspend.
Smaller employers who do not pay the apprenticeship levy (have an annual pay bill of less than £3million) depending on the size of the employer and the age of the apprentice, the apprenticeship will either be fully funded by the government or the employer will have to pay 5% of the cost.
For those employers with 50 or more employees, the employer will always pay for 5% of the cost. And for those employers with less than 50 employees who take on an apprentice under 19 on the start date of the apprenticeship will be fully funded by the government and the employer will not be liable for any cost.
For those employers with less than 50 employees who take on an apprentice who is 19 or over on the start date of the apprenticeship, the employer will be liable for 5% of the cost.
Fabrication and machining specialist providing components and structures for clients in offshore, oil and gas, marine, rail and defence industries.
Work with motors, generators, pumps and all rotating equipment across a wide range of industries such as rail, marine, mining and power generation.
Provide high quality design, machining assembly and testing services for the aerospace, defence and oil and gas industries.
Royal Mail Property and Facilities
Design, prototype and manufacture metal and fabricated equipment for a wide range of industries including offshore, construction, oil and gas and automotive industries.