Articles from Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)

Clearly the money is going to run out - Mark Dawe discusses priorities for #Apprenticeship spending

Increasing the impact that skills training has on social mobility and workforce productivity

Spending Review submission for skills focuses on productivity and social mobility

AELP launches ‘Good to Great’ support programme for independent training providers

AELP members wanting to become great training providers are being invited to sign up for an 8-month structured support programme to help achieve their ambitions.

Underspends and poor value subcontracting necessitate a complete overhaul of the Adult Education Budget

Persistent annual underspends and too much poor value subcontracting under the Adult Education Budget (AEB) are letting down adult learners across the country, according to a new analysis published by the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP).

Young adults should benefit from new learning entitlement following #AugarReview

All young adults aged 18 to 24 should be given a fully state funded entitlement for learning at level 2 and level 3 as part of any government reforms arising from the Post 18 Education and Funding Review (or Augar Review).