Innovation and changeDigital TransformationDigital apprenticeship training tool goes live

Digital apprenticeship training tool goes live

The Skills Funding Agency's new digital tool to help employers across England find apprenticeship training now up and running

The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) has launched a new digital tool to help employers across England find apprenticeship training.

The find apprenticeship training tool is now available, and gives employers quick access to information about apprenticeships on offer at approved training organisations.

The easy-to-use tool includes information on over 16,000 apprenticeships, as well as details about the training providers that can deliver the qualifications.

The SFA has been working with training providers to help develop the tool, make it easy to upload information, and give them the opportunity to demonstrate the range and quality of their training. As part of the design process, around 400 employers and 200 training providers have already tested the system, playing an integral part in shaping its design.

Find apprenticeship training is a major part of the new digital apprenticeship service. The SFA will continue to support providers and update the information in preparation for the launch of the digital apprenticeship service in 2017.

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