One of the UK’s biggest apprenticeship providers 3aaa has been placed in administration after its ESFA funding was withdrawn.
The Department for Education has passed its findings from its ongoing investigation into Aspire Achieve Advance Limited (3aaa) on to the police.
It comes as the Education and Skills Funding Agency has terminated all its contracts with 3aaa one of the UK’s largest apprenticeships providers. It received more than £31 million in government funding last year
The directors of 3aaa said they had “no option” but to place the company into administration after its funding was withdrawn. For enquiries from concerned apprentices, parents, or employers the ESFA has a dedicated e-mail: 3.AAA@education.gov.uk
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