Apprenticeship Agreement Regulations 2012

Because apprentices who work under an apprenticeship contract work under an employment contract with their employer, they are entitled to a salary under national minimum wage schemes. The apprenticeship contract must also include a statement on the skills, occupation or profession for which the apprentice is trained in the apprenticeship. An apprenticeship contract must be signed at the beginning of the apprenticeship. It is used to validate individual employment agreements between the apprentice and the employer. This means that an apprentice who works under an apprenticeship contract has the same labour law rights as other workers. The Learning, Skills, Childhood and Learning Act 2009 aims to address this situation by introducing the concept of a „learning contract.“ An apprenticeship contract is a „service contract“ (as opposed to a „training contract“ in which the apprentice agrees, as part of the agreement, to work for the employer, in a prescribed form, as stipulated in the apprenticeship agreement (form of the apprenticeship contract) 2012. The regulation, which came into force on April 6, 2012, states that the apprenticeship contract must contain the most important information about the apprentice`s employment, as it must be provided to all workers within the meaning of Section 1 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERDF). This may be either a written statement of employment data or a written document in the form of an employment contract or letter of commitment. For all new apprentices starting their training, an apprenticeship contract is required at the beginning of the apprenticeship. This agreement must be signed by the apprentice and the employer at the beginning of the apprenticeship. Traditionally, apprenticeship contracts were a heavier burden on the employer than a regular employment contract, as the primary purpose of apprenticeship was considered to be an offer of training for the individual, as the exercise of work was a secondary consideration for the employer. These contracts were governed by the common law and were generally temporary.

The apprentice was protected from premature termination of the apprenticeship contract, which often prevented employers from committing to such an agreement, especially in times of economic hardship. Coronavirus (COVID-19): Administrators 06/04/2020 On March 28, 2020, the government announced that… The explanatory statement provides a brief explanation of the purpose of a legal instrument and provides information on its political objective and political implications. They aim to make the legal instrument accessible to unqualified readers and to accompany a legal instrument or draft legal instrument submitted to Parliament from June 2004. Existing employment contracts between an apprentice and an employer meeting the requirements of Section 1 of the ERDF are also respected, provided they contain a statement issued by the competent issuing authority, which outlines the skills, occupations or occupations for which the apprentice is trained. Clay Bridge: 01732 770660 Sevenoaks: 01732 747900 or This is the original version (as it was originally made).