Submission 58: AELP response to Government Consultation on provider Funding for the Delivery of T Levels – Feb 2019

Date published: 11.02.2019

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This document is AELP’s response to the government consultation “Provider funding for the delivery of T Levels”, which was published in November 2017 with a required response date of 19th February 2019.

Tax and VAT Helpline

Date published: 07.02.2019

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We are here to help... We are delighted to announce the launch of our tax service to AELP members from AELP Patrons, MHA Moore and Smalley. What do MHA Moore and Smalley offer? An email helpline. Every member can use our helpline service up to three times in any 12 month period before incurring any fees. They will always provide you with an answer within two working days, and on more complex matters taking longer than 30 minutes to deal with, they will provide you with a fee quote.

Briefing Paper: 62 For Information: Apprenticeship Levy Briefing

Date published: 04.02.2019

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The Apprenticeship Levy – What it is and who pays it? • Only 2% of employers in England will be paying the Apprenticeship Levy from April 2017. This equates to around 22,000 employers and covers circa 75% of the current workforce in England. • 50% of the employers paying into the Apprenticeship Levy have never previously engaged in Apprenticeships before. No employers are exempt from the Apprenticeship Levy; this includes the Public Sector and the Voluntary Sector.

T Level Special Interest Group

Date published: 01.02.2019

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AELP Guidance for Ensuring Assessor Independence

Date published: 16.01.2019

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AELP has voiced long standing concerns about the scalability of end point assessment (EPA). To date the numbers of apprentices who have completed their end test are (at around 5,000) still relatively very small. In 2019 the numbers due to undertake their end test will see a significant ramp-up. Over time we can envisage them peaking about around 400,000-500,000 per annum if starts on apprenticeship recover to previously recorded levels. One of the main issues underpinning concerns around

Submission 57: AELP response to DfE consultation on Adult Basic Digital Skills

Date published: 09.01.2019

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Recommendations: 1. We support the suggestion of various skills levels and whilst terminology is favoured over ‘entry level’ and ‘level 1’, the use of terms should be made clearer. 2. We believe there is a strong need to align the five skills categories against knowledge, skills and behaviours in alignment with language used in apprenticeships and T Levels. 3. Basic digital skills should also be a part of the apprenticeship offer, with appropriate digital embedded in every standard 4. We

Index to Briefing Papers and Submissions

Date published: 06.12.2018

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Briefing Paper: 61 AELP Sector Headlines

Date published: 21.11.2018

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Third Sector

Date published: 20.11.2018

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Briefing Paper 60: The 4 C’s - The areas of challenge for delivering EPA

Date published: 14.11.2018

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In discussions with our members, it is clear that the reality of delivering End Point Assessment (EPA) is starting to bite with both EPA organisations (EPAOs) and providers. Currently volumes are low and resource can be thrown at resolving issues – however this is not sustainable and following our discussions, we have listed the main areas that AELP members believe need resolving using four “C” headings

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