AELP Policy Update Webinar (July)

Date published: 30.07.2021

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An update for members from AELP's Chief Policy Officer, Simon Ashworth. This webinar is complimentary to AELP members. Please log in to view the recording.

Using Apprenticeships to build Career Pathways and Talent Programmes

Date published: 28.07.2021

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Long gone is the idea of the traditional ‘career ladder’. We now consider great careers to be more lattice, or squiggly, rather than straight up and down. The latest career development thinking positions new opportunities in how we perceive those opportunities and challenge mindset, rather than as a linear journey that must be followed to achieve retirement and a pension.

AELP Webinar: Strategies for delivering top quality Apprenticeships: Sector and Regulatory Body Expectations and Requirements

Date published: 22.07.2021

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This Webinar places a close lens on meeting full regulatory and auditing body requirements for good practice in apprenticeship curriculum planning. During the Webinar, we will be considering how we take into account and meet regulatory body auditing regulatory and compliance requirements and ensure that we provide top quality provision to our apprentices and employers.

AELP Webinar: Supporting the effective delivery of Functional Skills in Mathematics – Level 1 and 2 2021

Date published: 20.07.2021

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The current Functional Skills mathematics requirements are more challenging and somewhat different in their assessment expectations than the legacy qualifications. This interactive webinar will explain some of the key challenges and different approaches that are needed to allow learners to be successful in the attainment of the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence needed to achieve a pass.

Hot Policy Topics (July)

Date published: 16.07.2021

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Shortened “hot topic” policy webinar to keep AELP members abreast of in-month developments to supplement the existing more in-depth month-end AELP full policy webinars. This webinar is complimentary to AELP members. Please log in to view the recording.

Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers – Refresh 2021 14 July 2021

Date published: 14.07.2021

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Our one-hour webinars will give providers a summary of the process and requirements along with hints and tips, dos and don’ts, and best practice from previous openings. These sessions will be ideal for those who want/need an overview of the process or want/need to refresh their knowledge through a short sharp session.

AELP Webinar: Governance for training and employer providers

Date published: 13.07.2021

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This webinar will begin by looking at the background and context of why governance is an important consideration for training and employer providers. It will consider who should carry out your governance role and what decisions need to be made when forming a ‘governance function’ within your organisation.

Flexi-Jobs, ATAs and Apprenticeships

Date published: 08.07.2021

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Following recent consultations by the Department for Education, a new flexi-jobs apprenticeship scheme will be piloted from July 2021. Initially this will be supported with an estimated £7m of public funding.

Why is Safeguarding important in a post Covid-19 landscape?

Date published: 07.07.2021

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In this changing environment post Covid, an opportunity to discuss and challenge organisational thinking around safeguarding and its role in terms of supporting apprentices and learners to achieve, thrive and learn.

Supporting the effective delivery of Functional Skills in English – Level 1 and 2 (July 2021)

Date published: 06.07.2021

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The current Functional Skills English requirements are more challenging in their assessment expectations than the legacy qualifications. These changes are essential for Functional Skills in English to remain in line with the GCSE curriculum & therefore need to be positively embraced. This webinar will help to explain some of the key challenges & different approaches that are needed to allow learners to be successful in the attainment of the necessary knowledge, skills & confidence needed.

How learning providers can support victims and survivors of domestic abuse

Date published: 29.06.2021

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The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness of the impact abusive relationship can have, the challenges in speaking out and the impact domestic abuse can have on people in the work/learning environment. How to seek support for your learners and ensure safeguarding measures are implemented.

AELP Policy Update Webinar (June)

Date published: 18.06.2021

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An update for members from AELP's Chief Policy Officer, Simon Ashworth. This webinar is complimentary to AELP members. Please log in to view the recording.

Creating a winning Study Programme offer and curriculum 2021

Date published: 17.06.2021

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Study programmes offer essential support and guidance to young people starting on the next phase of their development, helping them with the transition into adult life. This webinar will look at what the key requirements of a sound Study Programme offer look like. Content will cover Ofsted and Gatsby recommendations, learner and employer considerations and expectations.

What great virtual/remote leadership and management looks like

Date published: 16.06.2021

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The likelihood is that most of your employers are looking to stay virtual in one way or another. A recent pan global workforce survey told us that 85% of employees are looking for their employers to offer some kind of flexible and blended working as part of their employee value proposition. This means managing teams, strategy, and themselves when sometimes they may never meet in person the people they are working with.

Effectively implementing the role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

Date published: 11.06.2021

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This session will provide DSL’s with guidance on how they can develop and enhance safeguarding policy, practice, process and systems in their setting and support them to create a virtual action plan/checklist to review and implement, following this training.

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