AELP is the leading membership association for vocational employment and learning providers in Britain.
We promote an integrated employment and skills strategy approach that meets the needs of employers and individuals. Effective employment and training support is key to delivering sustainable growth in the economy. Our members work with schools, employers and individuals in a transparent skills market, open to all providers delivering quality, innovative skills and employability programmes.
Our members deliver the majority of Apprenticeships, Traineeships and programmes for the unemployed including Work Programme.
To become an AELP member call the Membership Team today on:
0117 947 2090
The Butchery Trailblazer Group made up of employers across the meat industry would like to hear from existing or prospective training providers who may be interested in getting involved in the redesigned apprenticeship for butchers.
Jisc supported by AELP are running a special ideas generation event later this month that will enable apprentices/trainees, with their learning providers/employers, to find out more about the Apprentice Ideas Challenge; to share ideas; speak to experts and create a video pitch that could win them £20k to further develop their technology based idea.
The adult care Trailblazer employer group has drafted two new Apprenticeship Standards. One is entitled ‘Lead Practitioner in Adult Care’ (level 4) and the second is called ‘Leader in Adult Care’ (level 5).
The surveys are now open below:
AELP is supporting the TechWomenUK project funded by the Education & Training Foundation and run by Coralesce Ltd. Its aim is to set up 9 FE/industry partnerships to create innovative strategies to get more women into technology.
In December 2014 the Education and Training Foundation contracted with AELP, as the lead organisation of a sector partnership, to deliver the ELMAG programme – ‘Excellence in Leadership, Management and Governance’.