The Apprenticeship Levy was introduced in 2017 to address a growing nationwide skills gap. Amazon is offering to transfer some of its levy funding to eligible sellers for all apprenticeships until degree level.
There is no limitation on the apprenticeship standards that are eligible for this funding. To help you decide which standard best fits your business, a full list of current apprenticeship standards can be found in the Institute for Apprenticeships (IFA) website.
For more information on the Apprenticeship Levy, go to Apprenticeships: detailed information.
The minimum eligibility criteria for an Amazon-funded apprenticeship are:
Providers may apply additional eligibility criteria depending on the apprenticeship standard.
|Type of Apprenticeship||Apprenticeship Standard||Partnered Provider||Provider Description||Comments & Requirements|
|Digital Marketing||L3||Multiverse||Rated Outstanding in every category by Ofsted, they also hold the No. 1 spot on the UK's top start-ups list for 2021. Alongside 1-2-1 coaching from ex-industry experts, apprentices benefit from a vibrant online community that brings thousands of learners in the UK and US together for exclusive events, networking opportunities and discounts. For more information, go to Multiverse .||Upcoming cohorts will take place in March, June and September 2022. To participate in the next cohort, register on or before March 7, 2022.|
|Digital Marketing||L3||Avado Learning||Apprenticeships are delivered through Arch Apprenticeships, who are rated Ofsted “Outstanding”. Apprentices will get access to Avado's award-winning online training while also benefiting from industry-leading apprenticeships from Arch. Arch is a fully accredited training centre for City & Guilds and Edexcel. For more information, go to Avado Learning.||Upcoming cohorts will take place every two months, starting from March 2022. To participate in the next cohort, register on or before March 8, 2022.|
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|Digital Marketing||L3||The Source Skills Academy||Approved skills academy for the delivery of apprenticeships nationwide, The Source is working with employers to create the best apprenticeship opportunities for everyone and celebrates success rates that consistently exceed that of national averages. For more information, go to The Source Skills Academy .||
Sellers need to provide evidence of GCSE grade 4 or
above (or equivalent) in maths and English.
Enrol on a rolling basis. This means there is no deadline for sending applications.
|Retail Manager||L4||SR Apprenticeships||Leading national training provider delivering Apprenticeship programmes throughout the UK. As an Ofsted Grade 2 “Good” provider, they specialise in Apprenticeship training across a diverse range of Professional Services. For more information, go to SR Apprenticeships.||Enrol on a rolling basis. This means there is no deadline for sending applications.|
Sellers should complete this registration survey to express their interest.
Recruitment of your apprentice will be your responsibility and is not something Amazon can support directly. However some of our providers can provide support with recruitment of your apprentice. If you are interested, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you must ensure that your apprentice is paid their lawful wage. The funding supplied by Amazon is to cover the cost of their apprenticeship training only.
Yes, you can. If you are not eligible upon your first sign-up, the Amazon Apprenticeship team will be in touch to inform you. You can re-apply when you meet the eligibility requirements.
No. We recognise that Amazon sellers have a wide range of business types. We will consider applications for any apprenticeship below degree level (up to and including level 4) relevant to your business. You can find all current apprenticeship standards on the Institute for Apprenticeships (IFA) website.
If you have any questions, contact us directly at email@example.com.
To apply for apprenticeship, go to Amazon-funded Apprenticeships.