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

Date published: 08.01.2020

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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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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

Submission 72: AELP’s submission to the Future Perfect Education Commission

Date published: 05.09.2019

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AELP’s submission to the Future Perfect Education Commission

Submission 71: Examining the benefits of adult skills and lifelong learning

Date published: 20.08.2019

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A response to the Education Select Committee Inquiry from the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)

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

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