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ESFA today (12 Sep) updated their list of apprenticeship frameworks to be removed as part of the apprenticeship reform programme.

A list of apprenticeship frameworks to be removed as part of the apprenticeship reform programme.

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The government expects to move from apprenticeship frameworks to standards over the course of the parliament.

The apprenticeship framework delivery list contains all the apprenticeships frameworks available as well as the withdrawal date for all the frameworks we have withdrawn.

We are aware that this is a time of significant change for the sector and on that basis we will not withdraw any further frameworks until 2020. By 2020 we expect that employers and providers will have completed the transition, and that all starts will be on standards, so all frameworks will be withdrawn to new starts at that point.

Published 2 March 2016 
Last updated 12 September 2018 + show all updates

  1.  We have published the updated version of the apprenticeship framework delivery list.
  2.  Published updated version of apprenticeship framework delivery list.
  3.  Published the updated version of apprenticeship framework delivery list.
  4.  Updated information on apprenticeship framework withdrawals.
  5.  Updated apprenticeship framework delivery list.
  6.  Published guidance for Issuing Authorities.
  7.  Updated apprenticeship framework delivery list.
  8.  Updated information about the latest batch of apprenticeship withdrawals.
  9.  Updated information about the latest batch of apprenticeship withdrawals.
  10.  Updated list of apprenticeship frameworks that will be withdrawn for new starts.
  11.  We are asking for feedback on the withdrawal of the fourth batch of apprenticeship frameworks.
  12.  Updated list of apprenticeship frameworks to be removed as part of the apprenticeship reform programme.
  13.  Added information about the consultation on the withdrawal of the third batch of apprenticeship frameworks.
  14.  We have now published a second batch of 60 apprenticeship frameworks that we will withdraw for new starts from 1 December 2016. These frameworks had a low number of reported starts in the 2014 to 2015 and the 2015 to 2016 funding years or have provision covered by developing apprenticeship standards. This change will not affect those apprentices currently completing their apprenticeship on these frameworks.
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