At least 20% of the apprentice’s paid hours, over the planned duration of the
apprenticeship, must be spent on off-the-job training. Apprentices may need more
than 20% off-the-job training (see paragraph P37).
Evidence must be available to support the training delivered. By paid hours we mean the apprentice’s contracted hours (e.g. 30 hours per week x 52 weeks x 0.2 = 312 hours off-the-job training per year)