Chancellor Philip Hammond has promised a focus on skills in yesterday's Spring Statement, with £50million available to help employers prepare for the rollout of T-Level work placements.
Additionally, the Education Secretary will release up to £80million of funding to support those small businesses in engaging an apprentice, and the government will be launching a consultation on improving the way the tax system supports self-funded training by employees and the self-employed.
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