Submission 76: For the sector, by the sector: Subcontracting expectations and checklist for a main provider
In this submission, AELP has produced a list of example best practice activity which the lead provider should be undertaking/offering to its provider supply chain as part of an agreement. Our view is that these requirements should be enforced by ESFA and Ofsted.
Last chance saloon means subcontracting rules for the sector must be tightened up
Last chance saloon means subcontracting rules for the sector must be tightened up Clearer expectations for the lead contractor of a government funded skills programme should be set out and complied with as the way of ensuring integrity in the subcontracting arrangements that are commonplace in the further education and skills sector. In a submission to the Department for Education (DfE) and the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), the Association of Employment and Learning Providers
The Insider 09 - International
This edition of The Insider is looking beyond these shores to how vocational education and training is being increasingly recognised as vital to economic prosperity and greater social cohesion. AELP’s interest in this subject is not new; in fact a foreign delegation addressed one of our autumn conferences about ten years ago. Nevertheless the last 18 months have seen a step up in terms of international activity with AELP organising two trips to the USA and a more recent one to Australia.
The impact and importance of differentiation on how well learners learn The webinar is designed to help tutors develop their understanding of the importance of differentiation to achieve good and better learning outcomes. This includes one to one and group sessions.
Lessons learnt so far from the implementation of the new Education Inspection Framework
This webinar will disseminate early findings and lessons learnt from the first months of inspecting under the new EIF.
Financial, Accountancy and Legal Sector Forum
The aims of the Financial Skills Sector Forum are to capture the views and common interest of Members involved in the development and delivery of skills and or employability provision within the financial and legal sector. The Financial and Legal Sector Forum is sponsored by NOCN, chaired by Nici Caesar, Head Of Financial Services and Degree Apprenticeship Solutions at Kaplan and vice chaired by Leonie Thompson, at NOCN. The forum is also supported by Mark Dawe, AELP
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SEP Educational Services
SEP Educational Services are a specialist training provider of funded and non-funded training programmes, most notably within IT.
Based in Essex and delivering nationally, we have significant commercial training experience within Microsoft, Cisco, Networking, Database’s, Project Management and most recently, a leading provider in Cyber Security with clients ranging from individual learners, the MoD and national blue-chip organisations where we are a preferred supplier. Most recently, our sister company has been awarded GCHQ accreditation.
Our mission is to engage, educate and inspire learners to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to start or improve their careers.
For more information visit http://www.sep-edu.co.uk/