Street League can help employers build, grow and train your workforce
A Modern Apprenticeship is a job that lets a young person earn a salary and gain a recognised qualification. For employers, they can help develop their workforce by training new staff, and upskilling existing employees.
According to Skills Development Scotland, once qualified, 92% of Modern Apprentices stay in work. You can work with Street League to increase staff retention, address skills gaps and new business needs.
How it works
We offer Modern Apprenticeships in the following sectors: Leisure, Business Administration, Warehousing and logistics, Customer Service, Retail, and Hospitality.
If you're an employer in Scotland that wants to attract, develop and retain a talented and skilled workforce, Modern Apprenticeships can offer the solution. Street League is an established training provider across various sectors, working with SME's and global corporations.
The apprenticeships we offer have been designed with employers' needs at the forefront. Our trained assessors, who each have years of relevant experience in their sectors, offer a comprehensive service and support to ensure that taking on an apprentice with Street League is simple. Our dedicated team will support you and your apprentice throughout the entire process, ensuring you gain a competent employee who is the right fit for your business.
Robert was able to do his apprenticeship thanks to Street League's collaboration with Skills Development Scotland (SDS).
As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, SDS have offered additional funding for businesses in Scotland taking on apprentices.
Employers in Scotland can recieve £5,000 for taking on a young person or upskilling a current employee aged 16-24 through an apprentice, and people up to 29 years old who have a disability, are care experienced or are from a black, Asian or minority ethnic background.
Are you an employer that wants to learn more?
Get in touch with our Modern Apprenticeships team or if you're not sure who the right person is use the 'Contact' button and we'll pass it onto the best person.Contact
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