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Online Learning Helps Meet Apprenticeship Funding Rules for Subcontracting

In April 2018 the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) set out rules for using subcontractors in the delivery of apprenticeships, rules that will be kept under review to check they are adding value to the employer and providers delivering quality apprenticeships. ESFA’s aim is that the main and subcontracted apprenticeship provider both add value to the employer’s apprenticeship programme, and not just the subcontracted provider.

Wey Education plc (LON:WEY) is the AIM listed holding company of an educational group providing services online worldwide.

Using state of the art digital technology, Wey operates two established divisions – InterHigh, a non-selective fee paying online secondary school, established in 2005 and a B2B division serving other educational providers, schools, local authorities and other public bodies under two brands, Wey ecademy and Academy21. Wey is also developing two additional schools – Quoralexis, an online language school teaching English as a Foreign Language, and Infinity Education, a premium fee paying online school offering a selective education.

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