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A list of the apprenticeship frameworks, and the date when we will withdraw them, as part of the apprenticeship reform programme.

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Apprenticeship framework delivery list

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Withdrawal of frameworks - guidance for Issuing Authorities

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The government will move from apprenticeship frameworks to standards by 2020. We can now confirm that all frameworks will be withdrawn by the 2020 to 2021 academic year, as we expect that employers and providers will have completed the transition by this date.

The last date for new starts for all remaining live apprenticeship frameworks will be 31 July 2020. All starts from 1 August 2020 will be on new, employer-designed standards.

This announcement does not remove the power of issuing authorities (IAs) to withdraw frameworks when they believe that they are no longer needed. We issued guidance to help IAs manage the withdrawal of frameworks and give adequate notice to the sector their frameworks have historically served.

We encourage employers and providers to let IAs know when they think that frameworks have become redundant.

You can see which IAs manage which frameworks on the apprenticeship framework delivery list.

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  Updated list of apprenticeship frameworks that will be withdrawn for new starts.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.
  15.  First published.

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