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© CITB Changes to the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme and Exceptional Training Grant NFB Webinar sessions – 6 th September 2013 Presented by: Kim D Leonard, Grant Product Manager, CITB
© CITB Aims To provide an overview of the main changes made to the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme the latest news on an Exceptional Training Grant payment
© CITB 2013/2014 Grants Scheme eligibility Access to 2013/2014 Grants Scheme support Grants can be claimed but will not be paid until a 2013 Levy Return has been correctly completed and received If employers do not send in their 2013 Levy Return by 31 July 2013 any claims will be held until it is received If the 2013 Levy Return is not received by 31 December 2013 the employer will forfeit eligibility to all grant payments within the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme
© CITB Training and Development Plans Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Attendance - Training Plans (B102)£50*£50 *was originally £22.50 per day £50 per day maintained for Training Plans that commence in the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme year
© CITB Short Duration off the job attendance Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Attendance - Short Duration (B201) 1 days duration (6 hours) or more£50*£50 Attendance - Short Duration (B201) 1/2 day duration (3 hours) ** n/a£25 * was originally £22.50 per day **Training and Development Plan is the best option for employers who train construction and non-construction occupations
© CITB Technical and Professional attendance Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Attendance - Technical and Professional longer term courses including degrees, HND, BTEC and post graduate diplomas (A09B) £50 to a maximum of £1,750 Attendance - Other Technical and Professional courses including NEBOSH, VQ Level 4 (A09) £30 to a maximum of £1,050 £50 to a maximum of £1,750
© CITB Technical and Professional attendance and achievement grants and C-ILM courses The C–ILM Construction Leadership and Management Skills qualification developed by CITB, ILM and industry is now approved C-ILM Qualification Technical and Professional attendance grant (A09) Technical and Professional achievement grant (A25) C-ILM Award£400 C-ILM Certificate £50 per day for each day of off the job attendance £400, unless grant already claimed at Award Level C-ILM Diploma £400, unless grant already claimed at either Award or Certificate Level
© CITB Site Safety Plus Any approved course from the Site Safety Plus suite Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Attendance - Site Safety Plus suite of courses (A29) £52.50£50
© CITB VQ Level 4 and above achievement Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Achievement - VQ level 4 and above (A33) £650£400 There is a premium of £210 on top of Plant related VQs for the first 10,000 claims. Plant related VQ level 4 and above will be paid at £610 and not reduced to £400
© CITB Alignment of attendance grants
© CITB 2013/2014 Grants Scheme – What hasn’t changed?
© CITB Apprenticeship grants (England and Wales) DetailGrant ref. 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Attendance – year oneA021,965 Attendance – year twoA031,660 NVQ Level 2 achievementA31400 Framework achievementA041,975 Total two year apprenticeship 6,000 Attendance – year threeA051,125 NVQ Level 3 achievementA32400 Advanced apprenticeshipA062,725 Total three year apprenticeship 10,250
© CITB Apprenticeship grants (Scotland) DetailGrant ref. 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Attendance – year oneA021,965 Attendance – year twoA031,660 SVQ Level 2 achievement/PDAA31400 Framework achievementA041,975 Total two year apprenticeship 6,000 Attendance – year threeA051,125 SVQ Level 3 achievementA32400 Advanced apprenticeshipA062,725 Total three/four year apprenticeship 10,250
© CITB Specialist Apprenticeship Programmes (SAPs) and Specialist Upskilling Programmes (SUPs) Grant available for 30 apprenticeship and 11 up-skilling programmes developed by the National Specialist Team in partnership with the individual specialist sectors, with more to follow Contact the National Specialist Team for details of how to apply, the eligibility criteria and approval of additional programmes
© CITB Construction-related Work Experience Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Construction-related Work Experience (A19) £30 per day to a maximum of £7,200
© CITB Achievement grants Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Achievement - VQ level 2, 3 and 4 and above, BTEC, HNC, HND, degrees etc. (A25, A31, A32, A33) £400 Plant related VQs (levels 2, 3, 4 and above*) £610 (includes £210 premium for first 10,000 claims)** £610 (includes £210 premium for first 10,000 claims)** *Plant VQ level 4 and above will be payable at £610. In 2012/2013 all Level 4 and above were paid at £650 but now reduced to £400. Premium will now apply to ensure a fair approach. (** 2,703 claims at 30 May 2013)
© CITB CPCS Theory and Practical Tests Grant detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme CPCS - Theory Test (A42)£60 CPCS - Practical Tests (A43A, B and C)£190/£240/£410
© CITB Grants Scheme claiming limits Some grants have limits to what can be claimed – see www.citb.co.uk/grant website for more details
© CITB Supplementary Payment Detail 2012/2013 Grants Scheme 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Supplementary Payment 22% (10% basic plus 12% temporary increase)
© CITB Exceptional Training Grant
© CITB Exceptional Training Grant Approved by the Training Committee on 19 th June 2013 and confirmed by the CITB Board on 24 th July 2013 Reward for training carried out in 2012/2013 and an incentive to carry out training in 2013/2014 Grants Scheme Total cost for each of the 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 Grants Schemes will be £30m - £15m in each Grants Scheme Available to all employers who have claimed grant in 2012/2013 and who will claim in 2013/2014 Grants Schemes To qualify for 2012/2013 Exceptional Grant Payment the 2012 Levy Return must have been submitted by 31 December 2012 To qualify for 2013/2014 Exceptional Grant Payment the 2013 Levy Return must be submitted by 31 December 2013
© CITB Exceptional Training Grant (continued) Exceptional grant payable in arrears as a percentage of all grant claims received under the 2012/13 and 2013/14 Grants Schemes Grant claimers will receive a percentage of between 12% to 15% of the grants claimed, excluding Supplementary Payment Minimum payment of £250 per employer will be made in instances where the percentage calculation falls below the minimum level. The Exceptional Training Grant will not have to be claimed; if eligible employers will be paid automatically in December 2013 and 2014. Actual percentage will be calculated after 31 October each year Training Plans – any Interim and Final Claims for 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 Grants Schemes that are not paid before 31 October will be included in an additional payment planned in 2014 and 2015. This will ensure the employer gets their full entitlement
© CITB Thank you – any questions?
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