Elmbridge and Runnymede Youth Hub
Brooklands College, Elmbridge and Runnymede Borough Council's are pleased to announce the launch of a new Youth Hub to provide expert support for young people aged 18-24 to get into employment or training.
Whether its getting a foot on the job ladder and securing your first role, finding out more about a new sector, matching the right course to your dream job - the Youth Hub experts will be able to find the right opportunities to help.
The Youth Hub based out of Brooklands College in Weybridge will offer a one stop shop to help you with advice, work experience, mentoring and much, much more.
Our unique partnership with the college and businesses can help you build your CV and access new roles or learning.
If you are interested in accessing the free support please contact the Youth Hub via email with your name, age and location and the team will get in touch to follow up and see how they can help.
Elmbridge Apprenticeship levy pledge
Small and medium sized businesses in the borough can benefit from a skills boost with extra support to provide free training through apprenticeships.
The transfer to transform programme helps secure unutilised apprenticeship levy funds to support SMEs across Surrey.
Businesses in the borough can apply now for funding to cover 100% of apprenticeship training costs, allowing them to take on and train new staff, upskill an existing member of staff and open up new opportunities for residents.
Elmbridge has pledged to share some of our apprenticeship levy to help SMEs across the borough. The pledge will support up to four new apprentices each year and is available to businesses operating in the borough that are not currently subject to the Government’s Apprenticeship Levy.
Organisations from across Surrey have joined us in making the pledge so please visit the Surrey Apprenticeship Hub below to apply and see how your business could benefit from national and local apprenticeship support.
Visit the Surrey Apprenticeship Hub
Take the Transfer to Transform pledge
Transfer to Transform provides the chance for local businesses to help support each other through this crisis as our economy recovers. With all businesses keeping a careful watch on their bottom line, the campaign is not asking for cash or charity, but rather for businesses to pledge some of their unspent apprenticeship levy funding to support SMEs in the region.
By pledging unspent apprenticeship levy funds to Transfer to Transform, large businesses can cover the costs of apprenticeship training for SMEs, enabling them to take on and train new staff or upskill existing members of their team for the challenges we all face ahead.
If you are interested in finding out more please visit the Surrey Apprenticeship Hub.