Information about our hugely successful outsourcing initiative; offering trained labour on an agency basis to businesses in the automotive sector. And how we can work with businesses for the Apprenticeship Levy introduced in 2017.
NAC Outsourcing is the employment side of NA College, supplying a managed service provision (MSP) tailored to meet the needs of engineering, automotive or manufacturing companies. This enables the company to focus, innovate and grow by concentrating on their business operations.
What we do
As a skills outsourcing company, NAC Outsourcing discuss a company’s needs, identify key areas for potential outsourcing and draw up a detailed plan for partnership working and delivery. We also negotiate a detailed service level agreement (SLA) to deliver the agreed measurable outcomes and timescales.
NAC Agency supply trained labour on an agency basis to businesses in the engineering, automotive or manufacturing sector. This enables businesses to respond rapidly and flexibly to fluctuations in demand. NAC Agency works with businesses to plan workforce needs and identify the training and coaching staff need to meet skills gaps for new product lines and working procedures.
Find out more at the NAC Outsourcing website. Please click here.
Tel: 0191 418 9379
Here at NA College, we are passionate about the impact that sector-specific training and educational programmes can have on young people. That’s why we have invested heavily in a number of new and diverse projects.
Our offer for employers is unique and focused around the new apprenticeship standards that will be introduced in 2017. We ensure the curriculum is designed to ensure the new apprenticeship standards are linked directly to the specific needs of employers.
In addition, we can deliver apprenticeships via a customised learning platform that offers bespoke apprenticeship learning videos. These videos are specific to individual employers and learning from the platform is captured to support end-of-point assessment requirements.
What is the Apprenticeship Levy?
The Levy was introduced in April 2017. The Apprenticeship Levy was introduced to help the government achieve its target of 3 million apprentices by 2020. The government wanted to improve the quality of apprenticeships in England and ensure that they meet employer requirements to address skills shortages and encourage them to take responsibility for training their workforce and the future generations of apprentices.
All apprentices follow an approved apprenticeship framework however these will be phased out between now and 2020 and learners will follow the new standards which are a replacement.
The apprenticeship reforms aim to:
- Give employers more control in designing apprenticeships. The standards are to be developed by employers, for employers.
- Increase the flexibility of delivery. Businesses take control to ensure that the programmes meet their needs. Employers can deliver apprenticeships independently or work with a training provider.
- Simplify the funding system. Employers can control how and where their funding is spent.
- Increase the effectiveness of training. Ensure that the programmes are developing learners skills to match their workplace requirements.
people enrolled on our training courses
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