We work in close partnership with employers to develop the professional competencies of students in higher education. Our employer partnership scheme has been designed to make employers key players in developing the careers of young people.
Through our scheme employers can access training grants to create part-time work-based learning opportunities for students in higher education.
Future will provide your organisation with our competency development framework to assess, maintain and monitor the knowledge, skills, and attributes of the trainees. The objective is not only to give our learners professional experience but also to help your business expand its workforce and grow.
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Benefits to Employers
How much do trainees earn?
The National Minimum Wage throughout the duration of their course. However, you can pay more than the minimum wage at your discretion.
Do you charge any fees for trainee recruitment?
There will be an annual subscription free of £295, which will come into effect from 6th April 2020.
Is there an End Point Assessment?
Yes, we do provide an independent End Point Assessment measures the skills, knowledge and behaviours of each trainee and grades their performance against the Professional Competency Development Standards.
Does Future Careers provide a training framework?
Yes, we provide all participant employers with our bespoke Professional Competency Development framework.
The framework focuses on Apprenticeship, Traineeship, Shadowing and Consultation in combination with an online professional Level 7 Leadership and Management course.
Do you equipped trainees with any initial training?
We provide to all the successful candidates a introduction to professional employment seminar before they commence training in your workplace.
How long can I recruit the trainee for?
For the duration of the Higher Education programme, usually from 1 to 4 years. At the end of the course, you can retain the trainee at no cost.