Most of the money raised by the apprenticeship levy will be spent elsewhere, according to analysis published by the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
The Government consults on draft legislation for the calculation and payment, as well as the reporting and recovery of overpayments of the apprenticeship levy.
The latest research from XpertHR finds a degree of optimism about spending on learning and development in the coming year, although once again there is a significant divide between sectors.
The apprenticeship levy marks a significant change from the current system of funding apprenticeships. Our survey examines how employers expect the introduction of the levy to affect their use of apprentices.
We discuss the key features of the apprenticeship levy, which is due to come into force in April 2017.
The Government consults on proposals relating to the calculation, payment and recovery of overpayments of the apprenticeship levy.
The Government seeks views on reforms to the way apprenticeships in England are paid for. The reforms are underpinned by a new apprenticeship levy, to be paid by larger employers from April 2017.
XpertHR's annual survey of learning and development budgets suggests that median spend is similar to previous years, but this disguises variations by sector. Many public sector organisations continue to reduce training spend, despite the need for provision in this area as they seek to innovate and transform the way they deliver public services.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to learning and development costs and budget.