Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP)
To be eligible to deliver apprenticeship training for apprenticeships that start after 1 May 2017, organisations must now be listed on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP).
Organisations that are listed on the RoATP have been through an application process with the SFA that considers due diligence, capability, quality and financial health to assess their capability to deliver high-quality apprenticeship training.
Crackerjack Training has been successfully approved in this process and is on the RoATP as a main provider.
Types of apprenticeship training providers
The list includes 3 types of provider status, ‘main providers’, ‘employer providers’ and ‘supporting providers’.
From 1 May 2017, main providers are able to:
- deliver apprenticeship training to employers that will use the apprenticeship service to pay for apprenticeship training
- deliver apprenticeship training to their own apprentices, or apprentices of their connected companies’, if they will use the apprenticeship service to pay for apprenticeship training
- deliver apprenticeship training as a subcontractor
For more information: