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It’s time for the Government to protect Level 2

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Almost 1 in 5 young people will not achieve Level 2 by the age of 19. Yet the Government continues to focus its most of its funding and skills drive at Level 3 and above.

Upskilling the workforce is vital, but the route the Government is taking to getting there, is wrong.

By ignoring those not at Level 2 by the age of 19, we risk failing a generation of young people, who will not have the skills they need to enter the workforce, with this skills crisis largely affecting the most disadvantaged young people.

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All young people need a range of high quality pathways through education, training, and into work, with Level 2 qualifications acting as a fundamental stepping stone to higher skills or directly into employment.

Following Government plans to de-fund many Level 3 qualifications, the same fate must not await Level 2.

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