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Pilot digital review consultation

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On 20 September 2018, the Institute began the statutory review of existing standards on the Digital route.

Further information on the statutory reviews can be found here.

As part of the review, we are consulting on the standards on the Digital Route that were approved for delivery prior to the establishment of the Institute. The review will focus on the occupational standard in the first instance. We intend this as a proportionate approach with revisions to the assessment plan and funding band being made if necessary, dependent on the scale of change.

How you can help

We would very much appreciate feedback on the apprenticeship standards in scope of the review, listed below. We have created a short questionnaire to gather the insight of employers, apprentices, providers and other key stakeholders on each of the occupational standards, which you can read in full by accessing the relevant link.

The consultation will be open from 20 September 2018 until 18 October 2018.

Standards in scope for the pilot digital review include:

  • ST0114 – Cyber Intrusion Analyst
  • ST0124 – Cyber Security Technologist
  • ST0118 – Data Analyst
  • ST0119 – Digital & Technology Solution Professional
  • ST0125 – Infrastructure Technician
  • ST0117 – IS Business Analyst
  • ST0127 – Network Engineer
  • ST0116 – Software Developer 
  • ST0128 – Software Development Technician
  • ST0129 – Software Tester 
  • ST0130 – Unified Communications Technician
  • ST0131 – Unified Communications Trouble Shooter

What Happens Next

Your feedback will be considered as part of the review process by the Digital Route Panel and the Institute’s Board and will help inform the final decisions across the route. Your input will help to shape the apprenticeship standards moving forward. A final report will be published in the New Year, detailing the outcome of the review. 

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