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All apprenticeships have a minimum 12-month duration. That is a long time considering many projects in the infrastructure sector can last only a few months.
The Flexi-job apprenticeship has a minimum 3-month commitment, making it ideal for infrastructure projects across highways, construction, civils, rail, utilities etc.
The apprentice completes the training minimum 12-month duration, but moves around with several different host employers during the programme.
We are looking for host employers to take apprentices - contact Lisa Cunningham via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07799 385 797 for more information.
The Department for Education has approved just 15 organisations as a Flexi-job Apprenticeship Agency. McGinley is proud to have been chosen to offer this service to the Infrastructure sector.
Contact Lisa Cunningham via email@example.com or call 0115 871 9667 for more information.
- It is important we all keep attracting new entrants to the infrastructure sector and an Apprentice is a great way to boost your social value activity.
- Allow you to take an apprentice for short durations (minimum 3 months) to fit around your works’ programme
- The contractor only pays the charge rate while the apprentice is working on site
- McGinley uses levy funding to pay for the training.
- All Flexi-job apprentices are directly employed by McGinley
- Targeting local labour, minimise travel
- Hassle-free with McGinley pastoral care
- Each apprentice needs to work on-site, so we place them with host employers for this and arrange the allocations to work on shifts.
- McGinley employs the apprentice, handles all the HMRC/IR35 compliance and arranges training.
- Minimum 3-month commitment
- You can invite McGinley to join your MSP listing as a provider of apprentices.
- You can ask your supply chain to contact McGinley so your suppliers can also bring in apprentices.
The Department for Education rules allows companies to share up to 25% of their total levy if they cannot use it up. Companies can share funding even if they do not take apprentices. This funding is crucial to pay for the training costs.