Free Apprenticeship Levy webinar from EEF


EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, is running a free webinar in conjunction with the Skills Funding Agency, to guide employers through the crucial next steps of the Apprenticeship Levy – registering for and setting up their Digital Apprenticeship Service (DAS) account.

The webinar, Apprenticeship Levy – Managing your Digital Apprenticeship Service (DAS) Account, takes place 19th January, 10am to 11am. It will explain step-by-step how to register on the DAS, view and forecast future funds, find providers and add apprentices onto the system to begin training.

This knowledge will be critical as an employer’s DAS account will tell them how much they have in levy funds to spend and allow them to plan how they will spend it. Planning will be key as companies will only have 24 months to spend their levy vouchers before they expire.

A senior official from the Skills Funding Agency will be joining EEF’s policy experts on the webinar to ensure that participants receive the latest information and insight and have time to ask any questions they have about DAS.

With short timescales for the launch and roll-out of DAS, employers are urged to register here to secure their place on the webinar.



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