Mills and Reeve, 9th Floor, 1 New York Street, Manchester, M1 4AD
Sorry this event has already taken place - please see our forthcoming events list
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. THE EVENT IS ALSO BEING RUN ON THE 17TH MARCH AT THE SALFORD INNOVATION FORUM. YOU CAN BOOK A PLACE FOR THIS DATE HERE.
The new Apprenticeship Levy comes into force in April 2017, directly impacting businesses with a wage bill exceeding £3m, with implications for any growing business.
On Wednesday 9th March the Business Growth Hub will host a business breakfast event at Mills and Reeve, 1 New York Street, Manchester which will provide clarity on how this government policy will take effect.
Delegates will learn:
- How businesses in Greater Manchester will be impacted by the apprenticeship levy and what their peers are planning in advance of the policy
- The opportunities for talent management, succession planning and diversification of workforce which the levy brings to all businesses.
This event offers the opportunity to hear about the policy change and ask questions to a panel of experts.
Richard Jeffery, Director of Business Growth, Business Growth Hub
Theresa Grant, Chief Executive, Trafford Council
John Myers, Head of Employer & Delivery, Skills Funding Agency
Liz Gorb, Director of Apprenticeships, Manchester Metropolitan University
Jayne Worthington, Managing Director, The Skills Company
Linda Willows, Head of Legal and Business, Brother
Julia Yates, Senior Learning Consultant, BNY Mellon
Peter Ryder, Chief Executive, GM College Group
Sara Barrett, Partner, Mills & Reeve LLP
We hope you can join us to find out more. Please note that demand for Business Growth Hub events is always high, so please register early.
08:00 am Registration and breakfast
08:35 am Welcome and overview of the event - Richard Jeffery, Director Business Growth, Business Growth Hub
08:45 am Facts, overview and impact of policy change
BNY Mellon - Their experience to date
09:00 am Panel debate and Q&A
09:50 am Closing remarks
10:05 am Networking
10:45 am Event closee