Fees & Charges

How is the Honda Apprenticeship Programme Funded?


Honda Motor Europe Limited (HME) – Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2018/19

HME’s Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy is based on a vision to “develop Honda Apprentices beyond technically competent to enable them to succeed in their chosen career and create a desire for career progression” as well as “providing value added programme elements beyond minimum framework requirements to enhance learner and programme value for all stakeholders”

HME subcontracts the entire management and delivery of the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) contract to Raytheon Professional Services UKPRN (10024704) and this is reviewed in line with Honda’s financial year.

HME chooses to subcontract the management and delivery of the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) contract for the following reasons:

  • to ensure greater cost efficiency;
  • to maintain the delivery of a niche position;
  • to provide maximum capacity for delivery; and
  • to maximise quality of provision.

In order to monitor and improve the quality of teaching, learning and assessment:

  • regular performance management reviews with Raytheon Professional Services are a pre-requisite;
  • regular observations of employees involved in the delivery of the Honda Apprenticeship Programme are undertaken; and
  • professional training and development of programme employees is expected and regularly monitored.

HME does not retain any fees to manage Raytheon Professional Services as a subcontractor and no fees are charged in order to support Raytheon Professional Services in programme delivery. 100% of government funding income received from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) is passed from HME to Raytheon Professional Services for the delivery of the Honda Apprenticeship Programme to a minimum of Ofsted Grade 1 or 2.

HME makes payments to Raytheon Professional Services for the delivery of provision as per the Service Level Agreement (SLA) agreed and signed by both parties.

This policy will be reviewed on an annual basis and/or when significant changes in the Funding Rules occur, it is published on the Honda Apprenticeship Website (www.hondaapprenticeships.co.uk)  

Honda Motor Europe Limited (HME) – Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2017/18

HME’s Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy is based on a vision to “develop Honda Apprentices beyond technically competent to enable them to succeed in their chosen career and create a desire for career progression” as well as “providing value added programme elements beyond minimum framework requirements to enhance learner and programme value for all stakeholders”

HME subcontracts the entire management and delivery of the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) contract to Raytheon Professional Services UKPRN (10024704) and this is reviewed in line with Honda’s financial year.

HME chooses to subcontract the management and delivery of the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) contract for the following reasons:

  • to ensure greater cost efficiency;
  • to maintain the delivery of a niche position;
  • to provide maximum capacity for delivery; and
  • to maximise quality of provision.

In order to monitor and improve the quality of teaching, learning and assessment:

  • regular performance management reviews with Raytheon Professional Services are a pre-requisite;
  • regular observations of employees involved in the delivery of the Honda Apprenticeship Programme are undertaken; and
  • professional training and development of programme employees is expected and regularly monitored.

HME does not retain any fees to manage Raytheon Professional Services as a subcontractor and no fees are charged in order to support Raytheon Professional Services in programme delivery. 100% of government funding income received from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) is passed from HME to Raytheon Professional Services for the delivery of the Honda Apprenticeship Programme to a minimum of Ofsted Grade 1 or 2.

HME makes payments to Raytheon Professional Services for the delivery of provision as per the Service Level Agreement (SLA) agreed and signed by both parties.

This policy will be reviewed on an annual basis and/or when significant changes in the Funding Rules occur, it is published on the Honda Apprenticeship Website (www.hondaapprenticeships.co.uk)  

 

Honda Motor Europe Limited (HME) – Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2016/17

Honda Motor Europe Limited (HME) – Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2015/16


HME – Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2014/2015


HME – Supply-Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2013/2014