Submission 77: Key principles to ensure the success of future Skills Accounts

Date published: 08.01.2020

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T Levels Update 2020

Date published: 08.01.2020

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It’s now less than a year until the first T Levels are due to be taught in September 2020, but there still seems much to do and much to bottom out before we get there. Paul Warner has been leading on T Level policy for AELP since its introduction, and has given an overview of progress to date – what we know, and what we still don’t.

Lobbying the new Parliament: support from AELP members needed

Date published: 18.12.2019

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Parliament is expected to return after the Christmas break around 6 January and we ask that AELP members make contact with their local MPs as early as possible to help lobby on the vital skills issues. It is completely valid to lobby any local MP where you deliver training (e.g. for a local employer) and not just where you have an office or centre. Contact with Cabinet and other relevant ministers would be particularly welcome. AELP has updated its ‘How to Build Relationships with Local MPs’

Briefing Paper 67: AELP’s proposed position on wider skills devolution

Date published: 17.12.2019

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The devolution agenda is becoming broader and we are seeing devolved areas and other regions across England pushing for more and more of a ‘place-based’ approach with increased devolved powers. The M9 Group1 of directly elected regional Mayors in England met in October 2019 to discuss: • the positive impact devolution is having across the regions they represent • the next steps they should seek to take to Government to strengthen devolved powers • the need for a framework for devolution, setting

General Election Manifestos 2019

Date published: 27.11.2019

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AELP summary of the skills pledges in the three main parties’ manifestos with AELP’s response to each.

Submission 76: For the sector, by the sector: Subcontracting expectations and checklist for a main provider

Date published: 18.11.2019

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AELP Recommendations for the 2019 General Election Manifestos

Date published: 06.11.2019

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AELP Recommendations for the 2019 General Election Manifestos Based on AELP’s recently policy lines documents (see Briefing Papers 65 and 66), AELP has responded to the calling of a general election on 12 December 2019 by publishing a one-page summary of our most important recommendations which we would like to see included in the political parties’ election manifestos. The summary covers apprenticeships, traineeships, functional and digital skills, adult education (including devolved provisio

Submission 75: Tackling the adult skills gap, promoting lifelong learning and combatting the consequences of growth in automation

Date published: 23.10.2019

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The AELP blueprint to making the National Retraining Scheme (NRS) a success

Submission 74: Addressing the challenges in the external quality assurance (EQA) system for apprenticeships

Date published: 03.10.2019

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Addressing the challenges in the external quality assurance (EQA) system for apprenticeships: Submission by the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)

Submission 73: AELP response to the Government’s Higher Technical Education consultation

Date published: 02.10.2019

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AELP response to the Government’s Higher Technical Education consultation

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