Hire an apprentice who has been made redundant
You can use a new government service to help you hire apprentices who have been made redundant.
Many of these apprentices may already have the skills and knowledge you need. Hiring a new apprentice in this way could mean you have a work-ready apprentice who can quickly add value to your business, shortening the time for you to see a return on your investment.
It also means you're supporting an apprentice to complete their training and achieve their apprenticeship.
If you hire an apprentice who has been made redundant, you can still apply for incentive payments for hiring a new apprentice.
Find out more about how to recruit apprentices who have been made redundant.
Support for apprentices at risk of redundancy
If you're an apprentice who has been made redundant, or who is at risk of redundancy, get redundancy support.