Employer webinars – Apprenticeships


These hour long webinars from the Department for Education give employers a generalised overview of the Apprenticeship Funding Reforms and for them to see how they could be affected by the reforms, whether they are subject to pay the levy or not.

There are four booked in during January and February 2017. Places on the webinars are limited, so it is advisable to book as soon as possible in order to not miss out.

To register, click on the links below:

12th January 10am – 11am https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5026266052959168258?source=OGD

26th January 10am – 11am https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3457571922890375170?source=OGD

9th February 10am – 11am https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6938592751080370434?source=OGD

23rd February 10am – 11am https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7505381099594254850?source=OGD


Recently started a self-employed business or thinking of starting one?


hmrc seminarThe West Kent Partnership, in collaboration with HM Revenue and Customs, are running an informative FREE live webinar covering ‘Self-employment & HMRC – getting started’ on Wednesday 29th June, 6-7pm.

This webinar is ideal for those starting or thinking of starting their own self- employed business and will cover subjects such as:

  • How you tell HM Revenue & Customs that you have started in business
  • The basics of National Insurance for self-employed people
  • The importance of good record keeping and useful information and tips
  • An introduction to Self Assessment Online Budgeting for your first tax bill
  • You will also have the chance to ask questions.
  • DON’T FORGET! If you need business advice, you can now chat instantly online, via live chat, to experienced business advisors from our website for FREE.  Simply click here to get chatting! The live chat service is available Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm (excluding UK public bank holidays).
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Considering a career in Horticulture?

The global commercial horticulture industry has a grave shortage of graduate entrants.  Hadlow College is hosting an information evening on Wednesday 22 June to highlight the opportunities in the industry.