S3-MCL-4th-April-14

Report
Apprenticeship Reforms:
Implementation
Phase 2 Apprenticeship Trailblazers
Mandy Crawford-Lee
Apprenticeship Unit
4 April 2014
Second Phase Trailblazers
Accountancy
Actuarial
Adult Social
Care
Airworthiness
Automotive
Retail
Aviation
Butchery
Cinema
Civil Service
Construction
Conveyancing
Craft
Dental Health
Early Years
Emerging
Technologies
Hair and Beauty
Horticulture
Hospitality and
Tourism
Housing
Insurance
Land-based
Engineering
Law
Maritime
Media
Nursing
Property
Services
Rail Design
Retail
Travel
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Second Phase Trailblazers: higher level occupations
Accountancy
Actuarial
Adult Social
Care
Airworthiness
Automotive
Retail
Aviation
Butchery
Cinema
Civil Service
Construction
Conveyancing
Craft
Dental Health
Early Years
Emerging
Technologies
Hair and Beauty
Horticulture
Hospitality and
Tourism
Housing
Insurance
Land-based
Engineering
Law
Maritime
Media
Nursing
Property
Services
Rail Design
Retail
Travel
Financial
Services
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships
 Apprenticeships are changing
 Employers lead and define throughout
 Phased approach
– Commitment
– Creation
– Implementation
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Commitment
 High level of employer commitment
– Around 400 so far
– Led by large, small, mid level employers
– Demonstrating leadership, contribution and consultation
– Public recognition and endorsement by wider sector
employers including SMEs
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Creation
 High level of employer commitment
– Leading the design and development process
– Selecting the Apprenticeship occupations / job roles
– Creating the high level standard
– Including other industry expertise
– Defining the high level assessment approach: driven by
the content of the standard
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: the standard
 The criteria
– Unique
– Short, concise
– Describes full competence: at a high level
– Publicly recognised as fit for purpose
– Stretching: 12 months minimum duration
– English and maths if over minimum requirements
– May specify pre-requisite qualifications
– May include core and options
– Provide route to professional registration
– Suitable for SMEs
– Recommends the level
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: the standard
 Some early issues
– Resourcing
– Capturing effective practice
– When to seek technical / industry / qualification expertise
– Minimal experience
– Meeting of professional standards /regulatory requirements
– Progression
– One standard or more..how to represent different levels of
licensing
– Achieving standard-to-syllabus development
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: assessment approach
 In summary
– End point, holistic and synoptic assessment
– End point assessment, as a minimum, will be graded
– Qualifications included in the standard pre-requisite to endpoint assessment
– Appropriate mix of assessment approaches to demonstrate
competence
– Increased independence in assessment
– Current recommendation for a single assessment body per
standard
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Implementation
 High level of employer commitment
– Recruitment
– Training and delivery
– Assessment
– Purchasing
– Reporting
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Implementation
 Looking ahead
– Testing different models for facilitating implementation
– Deciding when and how to work with assessment experts
– Making contact and briefing potential training partners
– Identifying and working with other development partners
– Determining who is best placed to design, develop and
deliver a standardised assessment
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: looking ahead
March - April 2014
Apprenticeship funding consultation
March - June 2014
Trailblazer phase 2 design
Sept 2014
Trailblazer phase 3 starts
End 2014
First Apprenticeship starts using new standards
Mid 2014 – beginning Laying foundations for the “steady state” new
2015
Apprenticeship programme
Autumn 2017
All Apprenticeship starts use standards
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Employer-defined Apprenticeships: a new definition
An Apprenticeship is a job, in a skilled occupation, that
requires substantial and sustained training, leading to the
achievement of an Apprenticeship standard and the
development of transferable skills to progress careers.
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Contact Details:
[email protected]
(t) 07770 598288
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Delivering
Over
400
£117k
Extra income
earned by
someone who
completes a
Level 3
Apprenticeship
Employers
already involved
in redesigning
Apprenticeships
Return for every
pound that
Government
invests in
Apprenticeships
£1
£28
8 out of 11
Apprenticeships
Over
1.6m
Workplaces
already offering
Apprenticeships
Industrial Strategy
sectors already
covered by our
Trailblazers
Over
700
Different job
roles where you
can already do an
Apprenticeship.
By 2017/18
Over
220,000
At least 12
months
Duration for new
Apprenticeships
84%
49,000
Level of employer
satisfaction with
Apprenticeships
Apprenticeships
in smaller
businesses
supported by the
Grant for
Employers
£1.5 bn
Amount we
invested in
Apprenticeships
last year
Apprenticeship
starts this
Parliament. We
are committed to
delivering at least
2 million.
All
Apprenticeship
starts will be on
new employer-led
standards
New
Higher
Apprenticeships
In occupations like
space engineer and
pilot
£1.8bn
Added to economy
by apprentices
Over
20,000
Apprenticeships
pledged during
National
Apprenticeships
Week 2014
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