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Skills and Post-16 Education Bill: impact assessment and JCHR memorandum

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Information on the measures set out in the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill.

The impact assessment outlines the expected costs and benefits of the reforms set out in the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill. Estimates of the economic return from further education qualifications started in academic year 2018 to 2019 are also available.

The Bill provides the legislative basis for the reforms set out in the Skills for Jobs: lifelong for opportunity and growth white paper published in January 2021. More information about the bill is also available in this press release.

The policy summary outlines further information about each measure within the Bill. The supplementary policy notes provide further information on the Bill as it continues its passage through parliament. They should be read alongside the first set of policy summary notes, published in May.

The draft statutory guidance sets out the key principles to enable governing bodies of institutions within the further education sector to comply with their duty to review provision in relation to local needs. This is a measure proposed in the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill.

Applies to England

Documents

The Skills and Post-16 Education Bill: updated impact assessment

PDF, 1.59MB, 232 pages

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Skills and Post-16 Education Bill: European Convention on Human Rights memorandum

PDF, 261KB, 14 pages

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill: Supplementary European Convention on Human Rights memorandum

PDF, 210KB, 6 pages

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill policy summary notes

PDF, 647KB, 82 pages

Draft statutory guidance – ‘Review how well the education or training provided meets local needs’

PDF, 248KB, 16 pages

Published 18 May 2021

Last updated 24 November 2021

  1. 24 November 2021The ‘Skills and Post-16 Education Bill policy summary notes’ and ‘Skills and Post-16 Education Bill: supplementary policy notes’ have been combined into the ‘Skills and Post-16 Education Bill policy summary notes’ document.
  2. 28 October 2021Replaced ‘The skills and post-16 Education Bill impact assessment’ with ‘The skills and post-16 Education Bill: updated impact assessment’. Added ‘Skills and post-16 Education Bill: supplementary European Convention on Human Rights memorandum’.
  3. 7 October 2021Added ‘Skills and Post-16 Education Bill: supplementary policy notes’.
  4. 2 July 2021Added draft statutory guidance.
  5. 24 May 2021Added ‘Policy summary notes’.
  6. 18 May 2021First published.
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