Event Apprenticeship

The Story

The team @Realise were heavily involved in the development of the Standard for the Event Assistant Apprenticeship Programme. It therefore made perfect sense for us to develop a bespoke learning journey and lead the way in creating an exciting opportunity for new talent to enter the vibrant  world of events.

Other training providers have since entered the marketplace but none have come close to the quality of delivery and outstanding results that we have achieved… see below.

We also monitor the diversity of the apprentices on our programme and you can also see the current statistics below…

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Our Partners

Education Skills Partnership

 

ESP provides training services to companies across several sectors including Events, Hospitality, Casual Dining, Retail and Construction

Traineeships and Apprenticeships – Hospitality, F&B Service, Management and Supervision, Business Improvement Programmes, Event Management

By partnering with the  ESP, it allowed REALISE to focus on the areas of expertise of training and curriculum development and the many years of event industry experience and knowledge that can then be passed on to the next generation of event management professionals.

ESP are OFSTED inspected and currently have a level 2 rating

 

Professional Assessment Ltd

 

PAL is approved by the ESFA as an Apprenticeship End-point Assessment Organisation (EPAO). We conduct independent end-point assessment for a growing number of standards, which is vital following the recent Apprenticeship reforms. Our audit and compliance service and observation consultancy offers employers and training organisations access to our vast expertise, which enables them to achieve excellent results.

Highbury College

An excellent College with fantastic facilities, a stunning range of courses, expert staff and unsurpassed links with industry.

Apprenticeships can help you:

  • Grow your business and solve recruitment challenges
  • Breed creativity and enthusiasm with new talent, or retain and upskill current staff
  • Provide training that’s tailored to the needs and requirements of your business – learning can even be done in your workplace, minimising disruption and maximising impact

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Government Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships and all you need to know including how to get an apprentice or find an appropriate apprenticeship for you.

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JGA Group

REALISE have partnered with JGA Group since our inception. They are a Training and Apprenticeship company who have over 1200 apprentices and people on managed programmes of learning. JGA are OFSTED inspected and currently have a level 2 rating https://www.gov.uk/find-ofsted-inspection-report and manage all the requirement for vacancy advertising, apprentice assessment, programme quality assessment and budget management/reconciliation for us as it relate our learners.

By partnering with the  JGA-Group, it allowed REALISE to focus on the areas of expertise of training and curriculum development and bring the many years of event industry experience and knowledge that we can then pass on to the next generation of event management professionals.

Skills Funding Agency

The Skills Funding Agency is the department of Government responsible for funding skills training for further education (FE) in England. They support over 1,000 colleges, private training organisations, and employers with £3.2 billion of funding each year.
SFA is an executive agency, sponsored by the Department for Education.

Have you heard of the Apprenticeship Levy? Here are a few facts.

The Apprenticeship Levy is the mechanism that the Government has deployed to pay for the training element of an Apprenticeship. All employers with an annual payroll of £3 million or over,  pay via PAYE into a digital wallet and then utilise these funds to offer training to their staff and pay to an approved training provider. Those with a payroll of under £3 million do not have to do this and  can get funding help from the Government to pay the training provider.

Employers will not pay the first £15,000 of the Levy, which effectively means that the Levy will only be payable on payrolls in excess of £3million per year.. see examples below:

How It Works:

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250 UK based employees

Employer of 250 UK based employees, each with a gross salary of £20,000
Wage bill: 250 x £20,000 – £5,000,000
Levy Sum: 0.5% x £5,000,000 = £25,000
Allowance: £25,000 – £15,000 = £10,000 annual Levy Payment
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150 UK based employees

Employer of 150 UK based employees, each with a gross salary of £20,000
Wage bill: 150 x £20,000 – £3,000,000
Levy Sum: 0.5% x £3,000,000 = £15,000
Allowance: £15,000 – £15,000 = £0 annual Levy Payment
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100 UK Based employees

Employer of 100 UK Based employees, each with a gross salary of £20,000
Wage bill: 100 x £20,000 – £2,000,000
Levy Sum: 0.5% x £2,000,000 = £10,000
Allowance: £10,000 – £15,000 = £0 annual Levy Payment
You get the picture? Please call us to discuss further

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