Submission 70: AELP response to Labour’s consultation on the National Education Service

Date published: 01.07.2019

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Submission 69: Skills for Londoners Framework - AEB Consultation Year 2 (2020/21)

Date published: 27.06.2019

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AELP responds to the GLA’s AEB Year 2 – 2020/21 Consultation. We support any proposed changes to the delivery system that enable experienced AEB providers to meet London’s priorities with high quality skills training that continues to reach the adults and communities that need it the most, whilst at the same time ensuring value for money with the right provision being made available in the right place at the right time. We would like to see all skills providers being represented, involved and

Submission 68: AELP Response: Greater London Authority (GLA) Consultation

Date published: 26.06.2019

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Skills and Employment Local Industrial Strategy (LIS) Vision

Submission 67: Spending Review 2019: A Submission from AELP’

Date published: 24.06.2019

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This submission sets up out a number of proposed areas aimed at helping to rebalance the skills systems, including the apprenticeship system through improving productivity, social mobility whilst also helping to ensure we have a healthy and sustainable long term funding model. These will address the current deficiencies, and unintended consequences which have been identified by many including various government entities since the implementation of the Apprenticeship Reforms in 2017 and allows

Briefing Paper 63: Adult Education Budget - Approach to Commissioning

Date published: 21.06.2019

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AELP has published this discussion paper following the devolution of the Adult Education Budget (AEB) which has resulted in major changes to the way in which the AEB is being allocated and procured across England. This has led to unintended consequences, particularly for Independent Training Providers (ITPs) where there is now a risk that flexible, high quality and specialist adult education and skills provision may be removed from areas. AELP welcomes the move to devolved responsibility for

Briefing Paper 64: AEB Paper - The Value of Independent Training Providers

Date published: 21.06.2019

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AELP supports all AEB provision, whether it is set in colleges, community centres or taken to businesses. This briefing paper seeks to raise awareness and emphasises the role that Independent Training Providers (ITPs) play in the overall skills delivery system across England which is often overlooked. For 2017/18 ITPs directly delivered £249,266,308 of the AEB, with a vast amount more under subcontracting arrangements. It should be noted that ITP’s direct delivery of AEB has been low due to

Submission 66: A Fully-funded Level 2 and Level 3 Entitlement for Young Adults aged 18 to 24

Date published: 20.06.2019

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600,000 young people leave school each year, of which currently circa 50%, or around 300,000 go through to join a higher education institution and undertake a traditional degree programme. The Augar review on post 18 education provides a detailed model with 50% of young people going through the traditional higher education route along with the need to support the other 50%. This short paper focuses on the 50% who currently choose not to pursue that academic route and have not yet achieved a full

Submission 65: AELP response to the Review of post-16 qualifications at level 3 and below in England

Date published: 03.06.2019

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Are standalone qualifications in personal, social and employability skills necessary? Please give reasons for your answer and tell us if there are other changes we should explore to support these skills being delivered in other ways. Please make clear if your answer varies in relation to different student groups, such as adults or those with SEND. It is important to note that at this sort of level the value of the qualification may not lie externally – it is the value of achieving something to

Submission: 64 AELP response to the Allocations methodology for the 16 to 19 Discretionary Bursary fund consultation

Date published: 15.05.2019

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Submission: 63 AELP response to the Work and Pensions Committee Universal Credit inquiry

Date published: 30.04.2019

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Do work coaches have the training and tools to support people in work effectively? If not, what further training and tools do they need? It is clear to us that anybody operating in the employability space should be adopting the best practice the industry has to offer. With that in mind, AELP encourages work coaches to look at the new Level 4 Employability Practitioner apprenticeship standard

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