Welcome to Hull Training & Adult Education
We provide education and training to over 8,000 learners and businesses every year. We cover over a 100 different local and community venues we are able to provide a huge range of courses to suit everyone. These include Apprenticeships, Study Programmes, part-time adult courses, and professional training for individuals and employers.
If you are looking to become an apprentice or wish to work for us, then we would welcome your application.
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Nominations have now closed for the Hull Training and Adult Education Annual Awards for 16 to 24 year old apprentices, traineeship and study programme learners. We would like to thank all our sponsors for all of the on going support.
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The Deputy Lord Mayor of Kingston upon Hull and Admiral of the Humber, Councillor Sean Chaytor will do the honours of officially opening of Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre.
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Learners’ hard work shines bright for local charity Councillor Nicola took time recently to present a cheque for £180.45 to Joanne Wright from the charity ‘When You Wish upon a Star’.
To be eligible you must:
- Confirm that you are not able to recruit an apprentice without the Grant
- Have fewer than 50 employees in the United Kingdom, as recorded by the Employer Data Service (EDS).
- Commit to employ your apprentice(s) for a minimum of 12 months on the apprenticeship programme or the time it takes them to complete their apprenticeship, whichever is the greater
- Confirm you are aware of and do not breach any State Aid rules by receiving the Grant and agree to pay the apprentice in line with legal minimum requirements or more.
The Apprenticeship Grant for Employers of 16- to 24- year-olds (AGE 16 to 24) supports businesses that would not otherwise be in a position to do so, to recruit individuals aged 16 to 24 into employment through the apprenticeship programme.
Eligible employers qualify to receive payment of AGE 16 to 24, value £1,500, once a qualifying apprentice has completed 13 weeks ‘in-learning’ on their apprenticeship programme; as defined by the Skills Funding Agency’s programme funding rules.
The Skills Funding Agency will transfer AGE 16 to 24 funds to your training organisation. It may take up to nine weeks after the 13-week qualification point for the funds to be processed and transferred. Your training organisation must make arrangements to pay the funds to you within 30 days of receipt. Payment is in the form of a grant and is therefore exempt from VAT.
We offer employers direct, tailored information about the apprenticeship process, and we can support you through every stage of taking on an apprentice.