Off-the-job training is an essential part of every apprenticeship. It makes up 20% of an apprentice’s working hours and it can sometimes be difficult to understand what is – and isn’t – included as part of your apprentice’s off-the-job training.
All learning completed away from the apprentice’s normal day-to-day activities is included, as well as training that’s delivered at the apprentice’s normal place of work, but isn’t part of their normal working duties.
Our Off-the-Job Training cheat sheet provides you with some simple steps to help determine whether an activity counts as off-the-job training.
Continuing your learning journey
Advanced Learner Loans
Apprenticeship delivery update