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  • EricaP
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    Can you tell me when a non levy is funded by a levy company under the transfer who gets the additional payment the receiving (non levy) company or the sending (levy company please)

    Also is anyone else having a nightmare actually receiving payments for the transfers?

     
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    Martin West
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    Additional payments go to the learner’s employer the receiving (non-levy) company.

     
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    EricaP
    Participant

    Thanks Martin, as always

    Do you mind telling me where you got this from as I can only find very limited guidance on these transfers and the rules surrounding it!

    Regards
    Erica

     
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    Martin West
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    A transfer of funds from a levy payer to a non-levy payer only applies to what is funded from a levy account and this does not include payments the ESFA make including Maths and English, 16-18 incentive payments or any framework additional or uplift payments.
    The funding rules incudes guidance and rules on Transfer of funding.

     
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    EricaP
    Participant

    yes but i cant see anything in that section referring to this?

     
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    Martin West
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    Hi,
    The following indicates the payments made from a levy account and the payments made by the ESFA.
    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/795249/Apprenticeships_technical_funding_guide_2019_to_2020_V1_April2019.pdf

    When a non-levy employer has had a Transfer of funds this is only used for payments from their levy account all other payments come from the ESFA and are treated the same as for any learner.
    HTH

     
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