Share your levy

Currently, all Government levy payers can share 25% of their levy funding with Government accredited Apprenticeship Training Agencies (ATAs).

This is great news for large, levy paying contractors who want to support Apprenticeships on projects who rely on their supply chain to help deliver employment and skills outcomes. This also applies to non-construction companies.

So, if you are a levy paying business and would be interested in finding out more about how you could help fund Apprenticeships in your area, or you are simply ready to share some of your levy with us to fund Apprenticeships, please complete the form at the bottom of this page so we can get in touch with you or alternatively, contact Madeline Buxton at to discuss further.


The recent structural changes to Apprenticeships mean that all employers now have increased responsibilities and must guarantee employment for the full duration of the Apprenticeship training and assessment AND all of this must be linked to a ‘real job’ on completion.  The only exception to this rule is for apprentices employed by a Shared Apprenticeship Scheme or an Apprenticeship Training Agency. This is where TrAC comes in.

TrAC is an ATA & Shared Apprenticeship Scheme and was named a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer in January 2017

By sharing levy payments with TrAC, contractors can:

  • support the employment of more apprentices
  • help apprentices get more experience with different contractors
  • faciliate the movement of apprentices around various sub-contractors maximising available site training time
  • minimise the employment responsibilities for themselves and supply chain
  • ensure supply chains engage with and deliver apprentices on projects
  • meet social value targets
  • add value to supply chain relationships

For more information or to discuss sharing your levy please complete the form below.

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