Submission: 46 AELP Occupational Maps consultation response published
Date published: 12.02.2018
Our response to the IfA’s consultation document on Occupational Maps is now available to download. Rather than reply to each individual occupational map, our response is largely at a high level with some specific exemplars where relevant. Any comments you may have are more than welcome on [email protected]
Submission: 45 AELP Response to government consultation: Implementation of T-level Programmes (Feb 2018)
Date published: 07.02.2018
AELP are today publishing their response to the current DfE consultation on T-level implementation, which can be downloaded below. However, we feel this is a particularly important consultation and would like to recommend that all members consider putting in individual responses, in whole or in part. To help you with this process please download this Word copy of our consultation response from which you are welcome to copy and paste text if this helps you inform your own submissions.
Submission: 44 AELP’s submission to the Institute for Apprenticeships (IfA) to support the development of the new Quality Statement
Date published: 11.10.2017
On 27th September 2017 the Institute for Apprenticeships (IfA) published its draft Quality Statement, setting out its understanding of what makes a high quality apprenticeship – and is seeking views to further shape its work. Consultation closing date: 18th October 2017.
Submission: 43 Autumn Budget 2017
Date published: 10.10.2017
A Pre-Budget Submission from the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) 1. Introduction – a more responsive skills funding system for Brexit AELP believes that publicly-funded skills training delivered in cost-effective programmes has a vital role to play in supporting the Government’s Industrial Strategy, the social mobility agenda, improvements in workforce productivity and meeting the labour market challenges posed by Brexit.
Submission: 42 Apprenticeships as driver of social mobility
Date published: 21.09.2017
The unintended consequences of the Apprenticeship Reforms on the social equality of the young and the most disadvantaged. Time to act before a generation is lost.