Articles from Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)

Outcome focused approach in FE white paper welcomed by training providers

@jane_hickie @AELPUK response to FE white paper  AELP welcomes the Skills for Jobs white paper with its outcome focused approach and emphasis on working closely with employers.  

Light at the end of the tunnel for thousands of held-up apprentices in exams controversy

The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (@AELPUK) sees the publication of the DfE/Ofqual consultation on awarding qualifications in 2021 as a distinct ray of light at the end of a long dark tunnel for over 40,000 apprentices and other vocational learners who have been unable to take their maths and English tests due to covid restrictions and whose career progress has been held up by lack of government action over recent months.

Three AELP members receive MBEs in the 2021 New Year’s Honours

@AELPUK members Nicki Hay @TrainingEstio, Sharron Robbie @FlipflopRobbie @DCTrainingNet & Sue Tipton @ProtocolGroup all receive MBEs   The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) is absolutely delighted that MBEs in the New Year’s Honours have been awarded for services to apprenticeships and skills to: 

Ensuring the Prime Minister’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee is a success

Late September’s announcement of a new “lifetime skills guarantee” by Prime Minister Boris Johnson with the introduction in April 2021 of an extended level 3 entitlement for adults under the National Skills Fund (NSF) was an extremely positive declaration.

Ministers should be bold about introducing a demand-led system in the Further Education white paper

Association of Employment and Learning Providers @AELPUK- Ministers should be bold about introducing a demand-led system in the Further Education white paper The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) has confirmed its priority wishlist in advance of the Spending Review outcome and the FE white paper, urging ministers to be bold in coming forward with reforms to benefit employers and learners.  The FE system should be fully demand-led, with funding following the learner.

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New College of the Humanities is pleased to announce that...

New College of the Humanities is pleased to announce that we will be taking part in National Apprenticeship Week 2021 #NAW2021 On the 9th February...

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