Gap analysis aligning the current and projected workforce profile and drafting a solution, including training versus recruitment, to fill competency gaps, decisions about the utilisation of contractors and/or existing staff
Offering a unique approach to apprentice and apprenticeship.
They are specifically designed to aid employers who would like to recruit an apprentice but are unable to, whether that be due to the current economic climate, or in house business challenges. An ATA can be of great use to an employer whose order book will not currently allow them to commit to employing an apprentice for the full period of the Apprenticeship, but know that they will need fully trained employees when the economy picks up.
The main advantage of an ATA is that it is the ATA who acts as the apprentice employer and who places them with a host employer. The host employer simply pays the ATA a fee for the apprentices’ services; this fee being based on the wage agreed with the host and an ATA management fee.
Our ATA model offers many other benefits for the employer and apprentice. These include.