Serco has been on the Government’s Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers since its inception, providing a full service - delivering, supporting and assessing apprenticeships.
We are home to a vibrant apprenticeship community with more than 600 apprentices in our business at any one time.
Our approach is tried and tested - we have been delivering apprenticeships in Serco for more than 15 years. In that time our dedicated Apprenticeship Team have successfully trained apprentices across 80 Serco contracts and 200 job types giving us unrivalled knowledge and expertise about the bespoke skills needs of our business.
Apprenticeships provide a structured pathway for employee development which combines work with study.
Through a blend of on the job training and learning, Apprenticeships at Serco offer you a flexible and cost effective route to upskill your team.
All of our apprenticeship programmes are employer led which means they are designed to ensure they add value to your business area. Our expert Apprenticeship Team will work with you to design and deliver apprenticeship programmes that meet your specific skills requirements so that we ensure we are delivering the expertise you need.
The majority of the apprenticeships on offer at Serco can be fully funded through the Apprenticeship Levy which means no additional costs to your business.
Serco provides a full recruitment support service to all Hiring Managers who are looking to recruit a new apprentice into the business. We will work with you to:
From April 2017, the Government changed the way it funds Apprenticeships in England. HMRC collect 0.5% of a company’s annual PAYE wage bill in April each year - if the wage bill is over £3m. This is the new Apprenticeship Levy.
The levy collected goes into an online account which is topped up with an additional 10% from the Skills Funding Agency. The funds can be drawn by the levy paying businesses from May 2017 onwards and used to upskill employees through vocational Apprenticeships.
The levy pot with its additional funding from the SFA sits in an online account for up to 24 months only. In other words, if you don’t use it within 24 months from May 2017, you lose it. So it is important that levy paying businesses use their pot.
This means that your business will accrue a pot of funding each year that can be used to provide your employees with training and development provided through the Apprentice Programme – at no additional cost. All you need is a training provider that can deliver the chosen level of training and qualifications for your employees. And that’s where Serco can help.
Serco's Skills team can help you get the best value from your funding pot. Choose us as your training provider to deliver, support and assess your employees' Apprenticeships and choose from a selection of accredited qualifications across a wide range of industries.