Submission 54: Effecting a transition to a sustainable apprenticeship system

Date published: 21.09.2018

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The non-levy apprenticeship transition and creating a sustainable apprenticeship system: Response from the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) In response to the announcement of a transition period and the need for a long term sustainable funding model, AELP is calling for the following: 1. A more robust and refreshed Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP), which acts as the gateway to direct funding for apprenticeships for all employers.

Submission 53: Autumn Budget 2018

Date published: 28.08.2018

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AELP has made a written submission to HM Treasury in advance of Autumn Budget 2018. In it, AELP confirms its belief that a well-funded, well-defined skills system is vital to the government achieving its objectives in respect of the social mobility agenda, the Industrial Strategy and meeting labour market challenges that may be exacerbated by Brexit. The submission calls for support in 11 specific areas.

Submission 52: Consultation on Ofqual’s approach to regulating Technical Qualifications

Date published: 06.08.2018

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AELP supports the underlying proposition behind T Levels, to create a high-quality classroom-based technical learning option that employers will value in potential recruits, and from which individuals can benefit not only in terms of their career prospects, but in terms of their general learning and development. We seek to act as a critical friend to the policy – supporting it where appropriate and challenging it where necessary with a view to making the final output as good as it can possibly

Submission: 51 The Importance of Level 2 Skills Provision

Date published: 15.06.2018

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Submission: 50 AELP Response to the review of Post-18 Education and Funding

Date published: 14.05.2018

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This review will look at how Government can ensure that the post-18 education system is joined up and supported by a funding system that works for students and taxpayers.

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