Articles from Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)

Apprenticeship View: Associate Project Management Level 4

I’m now two months into my Level 4 Associate Project Management apprenticeship and what has been interesting to see first-hand is the amount of off-the-job training that is required in the new world of standards.  At AELP we talk about off-the-job training a lot in various webinars, workshops and at our member sector forum meetings, but experiencing it myself has provided an excellent insight which I’m sure will be useful for future guidance for our members.  The Associate Project Management standard includes a mandatory qualification so has included lots of preparation and mock questions to prepare me for this – bearing in mind I haven’t sat an actual exam for a long time!! I’m now surrounded by text books and revision notes, not to mention assignment and portfolio notes and resources.  And to think that IfA are currently reviewing this standard’s funding band – we’ll await the outcome of that announcement!!

Apprenticeship View: Returning to Learning

As members may have seen from recent social media posts, I have just embarked on a Level 4 Project Management Apprenticeship. It is an interesting experience for me to become a learner again having previously worked in ITPs managing apprenticeships and delivery staff, and with AELP as Project Manager for the past 2 ½ years.

Making Funding Work for You: AELP Workshop, 30 August, London

In the last few months AELP has run a number of workshops and webinars on the subject of the 20% Off the Job Training rules. At every event providers are still concerned about how they can interpret the rules and how employers are still concerned about the issues.

AELP's Stewart Segal covers traineeships, careers advice and more

 FE News talks to Stewart Segal, chief executive of the Association of Employment & Learning Providers (AELP), at their Autumn Conference. He discusses its new manifesto, which outlines many ideas for vocational courses, careers education, study programmes and workforce development. 

Clearly the money is going to run out - Mark Dawe discusses priorities for #Apprenticeship spending

Simon Ashworth speaks about speed bumps in the shadows, SMEs and employability

Click the link below to hear AELP's Chief Policy Officer, Simon Ashworth talk about speed bumps in the shadows, SMEs and employability at the AELP's 2018 Summer Conference.

Simon Ashworth speaks about Apprenticeship Funding

 

Simon Ashworth speaks about Subcontracting

 

AELP's Mark Dawe on Degree Apprenticeships

This is part 5 and our final part of our Wembley tour series of podcasts with Mark Dawe, Chief Executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP). In this episode, we chat about Degree Apprenticeships. How Degree Apprenticeships have changed the landscape of Work Based Learning and how Work Based Learning could change the delivery of HE to be more workplace focussed.

Mark Dawe discussing SME's and Apprenticeships

This is part 4 of our series of podcasts with Mark Dawe, Chief Executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP). In this episode, we chat about SME’s and Apprenticeships. Prior to the Apprenticeship Levy SME’s were the biggest home for Apprenticeships, post-Levy Apprenticeship numbers have declined significantly in SME’s.

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