Services for Learning Providers
Programmes for Learning Providers are below and links to our publications section.
Modern Apprenticeship Programme Rules
Infromation for training providers about Modern Apprenticeships can be found over at apprenticeships.scot.
Work Based Learning Quality Assurance & Improvement Hub
Access equality modules here.
Equality and Diversity
We are committed to ensuring our national training programmes are accessible and support the development of a diverse workforce in Scotland.
FIPS: Funding Information and Processing System
Use FIPS to administer and claim payments for Modern, Foundation and Graduate Apprenticeships, Employability Fund and ITA.
Apprentice Transition Plan (ATP) service
Information and resources relating to delivery of the Apprentice Transition Plan.
National Training Programmes (NTPs)
If you currently provide National Training Programmes (NTPs) you must comply with legal and operational requirements as well as health and safety responsibilities.
SDS Individual Training Accounts
Information and guidance for training providers about SDS Individual Training Accounts, including the ITA Operational Rules and guides to using the Course Management Tool.
Learning Provider Resources
Newsletters and resources to provide further support and guidance to Learning Providers.
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Adopt an Apprentice
The Adopt an Apprentice scheme is not running during 2023/24.
Foundation apprenticeships provide senior school pupils with real experience of the world of work. You’ll benefit from the input of young, enthusiastic minds – while helping them achieve an industry-recognised qualification and developing your existing workforce.
Teaching Bursary In Scotland
The Teaching Bursary is open to individuals wishing to undertake a one year PGDE ITE course in Scotland that leads to the award of registered teacher status in one of the hardest to fill teaching subjects.
Graduate Apprenticeships offer a high level of academic and industry accreditation, combined with experience in the workplace. They’re great for businesses with specific skills needs, and have been developed in partnership with employers like you. Apprentices will work for you 80% of the time, dedicating 20% of their time to developing skills at university or college.
Find the answers to all of your questions about apprenticeships here
Modern Apprenticeships help individuals learn vital new skills while earning a wage. Get involved and deliver training that ensures Scotland's economy has the skills it needs, now and in the future. If you're a university, college or other learning provider, we can support you to build the workforce employers need.
For a step-by-step guide to the whole apprenticeship learning provider process, including all the documents and publications you need visit the learning provider section on Apprenticeships.Scot.