Apprenticeship Agreement

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Since the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009, an apprenticeship agreement is a statutory requirement for the employment of an apprentice in connection with an approved apprenticeship standard. It forms part of the individual employment arrangements between the apprentice and the employer.

When must an apprenticeship agreement be used?

An apprenticeship agreement must be in place when an individual starts a statutory apprenticeship programme and should remain in place throughout the apprenticeship. The end date is when the end-point assessment is due to be completed.

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What are the key terms of an apprenticeship agreement?

The apprenticeship agreement must specify:

  • The details of the apprentice including their name and address
  • The Employer's details and the place of work of the apprenticeship
  • The start and end date of the apprenticeship
  • How much the apprenticeship will be paid and their working hours

Who needs to sign the apprenticeship agreement?

The employer and the apprentice need to sign the agreement – it is an agreement between these two parties only. Training providers sign a separate commitment statement which outlines the planned content and schedule for training, what is expected of and offered by the employer, provider and the apprentice, and how to resolve queries or complaints.

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