We are a Apprentice registered private training provider with ability to deliver levy and non-levy to employers
If we were to deliver an apprenticeship to one of our own staff, would we then be classed as an employer provider? If so would we need to be registered as such? I assume the rules for this provider type would then apply?
So we would just deliver as a provider as we would with any other external employer?
So how do we show we are enforcing an SLA with ourselves?
Would EP3 (Apprenticeship funding: rules for employer-providers) not indicate we are an employer provider;
“We use the term ‘you’ to refer to the ‘employer-provider’, that is, any organisation who delivers some, or all, of the ‘off-the-job’ training element of an apprenticeship to their own staff and holds a contract with us through which we directly route funds from your digital account or government-employer co-investment.”
No, it is down the contract you hold (Main or Employer) that determines which funding rules you work with (Provider/Employer Provider), in addition if it is one of your employees you would have to include the Employer Rules.