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.
Submission: 41 Response to “Building Our Industrial Strategy” Green Paper
Date published: 20.04.2017
1. English and maths skills are fundamental to learning. All provision should take account of them in order to enhance general skill levels and drive productivity...
Submission: 40 Off-the-Job Training Survey and Recommendations as submitted to the Department for Education
Date published: 10.04.2017
Off-the-Job Training Survey and Recommendations as submitted to the Department for Education February 2017 Introduction Within Apprenticeships the specific notion of both “off-the-job” and “on-the-job” training are certainly not new and both are specifically referred to and defined in regards actual Guided Learning Hours (GLH) within each of legacy Apprenticeship Frameworks still in operation today.