Nearly £25m In Non-levy Funds Went To New Providers

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Around £25 million was given to providers entering the apprenticeship market for the first time in the controversial non-levy tender, Anne Milton has revealed. In her first monthly column for FE Week, the skills and apprenticeships minister makes a robust defence of the government’s approach to the procurement exercise, explaining how it was unavoidable due to EU law. Click here for more.

Meanwhile FE week also reports on the updating of the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP) which has now risen by 354 to 2187 providers after the latest round.