Funding: who pays for my apprenticeship?

Depending on how old you are, your apprenticeship will be paid for in different ways.

Age 16 to 18

The Government pays tpm for the training included in your apprenticeship. Your wages are paid by your employer; the place where you work each day.

Age 19 to 24

If you’re 19 or over, the Government sometimes pays for your apprenticeship if you fall into a specific category. However, you might need to find other ways of getting your training paid for. This might be asking your employer to contribute. tpm can advise you on this.

Age 24 and over

If you’re 24 or over, and want to do an apprenticeship, your employer may pay for your training or may be eligible for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan. tpm can advise you on how to apply for this.

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