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01 April 2016  

Mark Stevens discusses the forthcoming Apprenticeship Levy and the employment law issues that arise from this type of training programme

In the run up to last year’s election, the Conservative party pledged to create three million new post-16 apprenticeships by 2020. Since then, there have been a number of important announcements about apprenticeships that will have a significant impact on all employers across England. This article sets out the outcomes of the recent consultation on the so-called Apprenticeship Levy and some of the legal issues that arise from apprenticeship arrangements and the risks associated with these arrangements.

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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Dunk v George Waller and Sons [1970] 2 All ER 630

    Revenue and Customs v Jones and ors [2014] UKEAT/0458/13/BA

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