Articles from Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)

Lessons must be learnt after governors failed to act when Bournville College’s financial regulations contravened

Investigation into Bournville College shows breach of college’s financial rules. The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has today (Thursday 18 July) released an investigation report into Birmingham based Bournville College.

First #TLevel providers to benefit from £8.65 million to upgrade buildings

T Level Capital Fund will help make sure students have access to the industry standard facilities Eleven T Level providers are set to benefit from a share of £8.65 million investment to help build new classrooms and refurbish buildings in readiness for the introduction of the new technical qualifications in September 2020, Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton announced today (11 Jul).

Guidance: Providers selected to deliver T Levels and providers planning to deliver the T Level Transition Programme

Providers who have been selected to deliver T Levels in academic years 2020 to 2021 and 2021 to 2022 and providers planning to deliver the T Level Transition Programme in 2020 to 2021 academic year

#TLevel funding will be different from other 16 to 19 study programmes

This information is for those providers selected to deliver T Levels in academic year 2020 to 2021. It explains how we will fund T Levels.

Apprenticeship funding bands: 30 band structure

IfA Announce Latest Apprenticeship Funding Results.