Articles from University Vocational Awards Council (UVAC)

Making the Apprenticeship #Levy More Palatable – A Way Forward for the Secretary of State @GavinWilliamson

Near the top of the new Secretary of State’s in tray will be the options for making the Apprenticeship levy more palatable for employers and managing the forecast overspend of the Apprenticeship levy pot – estimated to be 0.5bn this year rising to 1.5bn by 2021.

In the Dark on #TLevels : #HE Wants a Long-term Commitment to the Applied General

UVAC was established 20 years ago by the HE sector to champion higher-level vocational learning.

Is there a Solution to the Forecast Overspend of the #Apprenticeship Levy Pot?

Government needs to face facts – the £2.45bn raised through the Apprenticeship levy was never going to fund the delivery of the Apprenticeships everyone wants.

Skills Devolution – Dividing Opinion or Delivering Opportunity?

The national landscapes of policy and practice in the realms of further education, higher education and skills have become especially volatile, uncertain and complex spaces in recent times.

Why Augar is Wrong: Making Sense of #Apprenticeship Quality Assurance

There’s no denying that when looking at Apprenticeship quality assurance the alphabet soup of organisations involved is confusing.