AELP has a dedicated research team that provides the qualitative and quantitative evidence to back our policies and activities.
Additionally, we undertake external research work and have recently been looking at a number of key issues, such as gauging employer intentions regarding their Apprenticeship recruitment following the implementation of the Apprenticeship Levy, and assessing the actual cost of delivering English and maths provision in various settings.
We provide a Quarterly Research Briefing which summarises recent reports and statistics that members should be aware of. We also regularly report on and analyse key briefings including unemployment figures, rates of participation in skills training, and inspection reports.
The work we do is entirely for the benefit of our members so we would urge everyone to get involved as often as possible. By all means contact our Research Manager, Cath Gladding, at [email protected] if you would like more details on what we are doing, on our plans going forward, and how you can get involved.
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