Drax has kindly agreed to transfer some of its Apprenticeship Levy to fund two Civil Engineering Technician Apprentices.
As a large Apprenticeship Levy paying organisation, Drax can donate up to 25% of its excess accrued Apprenticeship Levy to organisations like EN:Able Futures who employ apprentices.
Louisa Russell, Drax Group Early Careers Manager, said: “I am excited about entering into our first levy transfer with EN:Able Futures and I hope that this arrangement will be mutually beneficial and more importantly support the development of two young people in the local area.”
Julie Deeley, Director of Operations, EN:Able Futures, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Drax to provide a bright future for two young apprentices. Apprenticeship Levy donations are so important for us to be able to continue our work developing and supporting apprenticeships in Northern England.”