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1 Teacher Training NOVEMBER 2013

2 Funding Agencies Education Funding Agency – Department for Education Academies Non-maintained Schools 4-19 School Sixth forms General FE/Sixth Form Colleges Small number of private training providers Skills Funding Agency Funds 19+ Provision including: Apprenticeships Traineeships Workplace Learning Adult Skills Budget Prison Education (OLASS) Large number of private training providers

3 What is changing? Funding per student Study programmes Raising Participation Age

4 The participation age will be raised to: For 16 year olds -end of the academic year in which they are 17 from Summer 2013 For 17 year olds to their 18 th birthday from Summer 2015 Applies to all those resident in England Enforcement deferred What counts as participation?... full time education (school, college or independent provider for at least 540 hours) home education Apprenticeship full-time work including at least 280 hours of education Raising Participation Age Funding per student Study programmes Raising Participation Age

5 What are Study Programmes?... Applies to all year olds Students will take either academic programme or a substantial vocational qualification recognised by employers – these must help them secure skilled work or a university place Where appropriate students will also take part in work experience Students who don’t have GCSEs grade C in English and maths at 16 will continue to study these subjects Students who aren’t able to study a substantial qualification will take a programme of work experience and continue to develop their numeracy and literacy skills Study Programmes Funding per student Study programmes Raising Participation Age

6 Funding per student education was funded… Qualification by qualification Funding is unfit to support RPA Wolf found there to be perverse incentives which didn’t help raise standards System is very complex and opaque education will be funded… student by student Increased focus on providing the student with a holistic study programme which will get them into university or work All students receive same basic level of funding Enables and supports a simple and transparent funding system Subject to A level and GSE reform Funding per student Study programmes Raising Participation Age

7 The new funding formula Total Programme Funding Programme Cost Weighting Disadvantage Funding Area Cost Allowance Student Numbers National Funding Rate per student Retention Factor ()

8 This is a count of students to be funded Must meet qualifying period of 2 weeks or 6 weeks- will not fund programmes under 2 weeks Based on autumn census or ILR return Either full time => 540 hours Or Part Time < 540 hours For shadow allocs and 2013/14 Band 4 = full time The bottom band treated as Full Time Equivalent (FTE), that is a proportion of 600 Age groups and are shown separately on the statement but treated the same Program Cost Weighting DisadvantagFu nding Area Cost Allowance National Funding Rate per student Retention Factor () Student Numbers Student numbers Student status Hours required per year Full time540 + Band Band Band Band 1 up to 280

9 Size of Programme+ Bands for Study Programmes, subject to meeting qualifying periods: Programme length Hours required per year Funded atBase funding Full time540600£4000 Band (Interim measure – will be reduced) £4000 Band £3600 Band £2845 Band 1Up to 280% of 600 (£4000)

10 Qualifying Period The Qualifying period is as follows: (courses of 2 weeks or less no longer funded) Programme lengthQualifying period Programmes greater than 24 weeks 6 weeks Programmes greater than 2 but less than 24 weeks 2 weeks Programmes of up to 2 weeks NOT Funded

11 Retention and reduction of funding Retention Applied to the main programme – one A Level will be selected at the main programme Student 1Student 2 RetainedFunding received RetainedFunding received Qualifying period Yes100%Yes50% End of YearYesNo Qualifying period Yes100%No0% End of YearYesNo Evidence of completion of learning activities will need to be available to support funding

12 Type of Hours Hours – Qualification/Non-qualification Qualification hours Section 96 qualifications Planned tutor led activity on qualification bearing courses A Levels or substantial vocational qualifications should consist of at least half of the study programme time Non-qualification hours Do not count towards the qualification(s) above Work experience /supported internships or work related learning or activities Personal and social development Virtual learning (Where planned, timetabled and organised) Non-funded hours Voluntary activities Homework or independent study that is not timetabled Time spent in employment and or work experience organised by someone other than Derby College Time spent on voluntary or community activities NOT organised by Derby College

13 Programme weightings Programme weighting This will be applied to the learners whole programme, not the individual qualifications as this was previously. This will be based upon the learners main substantial qualification. Provisional weighting for Provisional areas Base1.0Academic qualifications, ICT user, business admin, travel and tourism Medium1.2Construction, Engineering, Catering High1.5Non-specialist agriculture, animal care Specialist1.6Specialist facilities – e.g Farm or equine

14 Recognises that some students require additional support to participate and achieve if we are to achieve full participation and improve attainment Principle is to create a single budget that institutions use as they see fit Disadvantage Funding Economic Deprivation Prior Attainment Program Cost Weighting Area Cost Allowance Student Numbers National Funding Rate per student Retention Factor ( ) Disadvantage Funding

15 Based on student’s home postcode Deprivation is calculated using Index of Multiple Deprivation This examines the student’s home area based on: income; employment; health and disability; education, skills and training; housing and services; living environment; and crime Uplift is between 8.4% and 33.6% Block one: Disadvantage Funding Economic Deprivation Additional categories are no longer eligible Care Leavers attract a standard uplift- rate Program Cost Weighting Area Cost Allowance Student Numbers National Funding Rate per student Retention Factor ( ) Disadvantage Funding

16 Prior Attainment Acknowledges the additional cost of students who need extra learning support Based on student’s achievement of GCSE English and maths at end of Year 11 Funding rate for shadow allocations =£450 Flat rate for part time bands 2 and 3 = £274 Pro rata as per programme costs for band 1 Should not assume these rates for 13/14 Block two: Program Cost Weighting Area Cost Allowance Student Numbers National Funding Rate per student Retention Factor ( ) Disadvantage Funding Example Maths below grade C English below grade C Funding attracted per student (£) Student 1yes*Rate x1 Student 2yes*Rate x1 Student 3yes *Rate x2 Used to be graduated payments based on student’s grades Now only a flat rate based on non-achievement of grade C

17 For those without GCSE English/Maths Disadvantage - ALS This will be applied based upon whether learners have GCSE Maths or English Grade C or above – THIS FUND WILL ALSO COVER THOSE LEARNERS WHO HAVE A LOW LEVEL LEARNING DIFFICULTY/LEARNING DISABILITY English below GCSE A-C Maths below GCSE A- C Number of payments per student Student 1 YesRate x 1 Student 2 YesRate x 2 Student 3 Yes Rate x 3 Rate TBC

18 Update on Study Programmes Condition of Funding Students who do not hold A*-C in GCSE English of Maths will be expected to continue to study towards them. The condition of funding will be met if students are enrolled to take either a: GCSE Entry Level, Level One of Level 2 functional skills Foundation, Intermediate or Advanced Free standing Maths Or ESOL (With respect to English only) LLDD students will be excluded from this where considered not capable

19 Challenges for Derby College/Curriculum Planning ? Key Challenges for Curriculum Planning/Resource Planning for Derby College in order to meet the revised Funding Methodology for provision?

20 Skills Funding Agency Cuts in the public Sector Introduction of 24+ Advanced Learning Loans (Level 3 or 4) in order to share the burden with the individual Reductions in Adult Skills Budget Focus on Local Priorities Get Employers to PAY MORE!!! (Or at all!) Introduction of a simplified Funding Methodology Employer/provider confusion of multiple funding rates/multiple funding streams Funding earned 80% on-programme, 20% upon achievement, qualification by qualification and no longer on a provider factor. Challenges Encouraging more Apprenticeships in a Difficult Economy Diversification of Income and collection of more tuition fees from all sources

21 Adult Learner Responsive Provider factor paid on profile Adult Learner Responsive Provider factor paid on profile Work Place Learning Paid on actuals 75% on-prog 25% achievement Work Place Learning Paid on actuals 75% on-prog 25% achievement 19+ Apprenticeships 75% on-prog 25% achievement 19+ Apprenticeships 75% on-prog 25% achievement 24+ Loans Level 3 100% On-prog 24+ Loans Level 3 100% On-prog Adult Skills Budget Adult Learner Responsive Work Place Learning 19+ Apps All 80% on- programme 20% on achievement Adult Skills Budget Adult Learner Responsive Work Place Learning 19+ Apps All 80% on- programme 20% on achievement Skills Funding Agency – Funding

22 2012/13Unemployed on active benefits or wider offer to unemployed (JSA/ESA/Universal Credit) year oldClassroom basedWorkplace learning (SME) Less than 250 employees Workplace learning Large employer – 250 employees or more 24+ without FFL2 24+ qualified to L2 or above 24+ without FFL2 24+ qualified to L2 or above 24+ without FFL2 24+ qualified to L2 or above Stand alone unitsFully FundedNot funded Basic Skills – English and Maths Fully FundedFully funded ESOLFully FundedCo-funded classroomCo-funded Not funded Not funded workplace Progression Funding (Entry & Level 1 vocational and PSD aims) Fully FundedFully funded classroomCo-funded Not funded Fully funded (vocational Level 1 only – workplace) Full Level 2Fully FundedFully funded (without Level 2)Co-funded Not funded Co-funded (with Level 2 or above Classroom) Co-funded (With Level 2 or above, workplace SME only, otherwise not funded in workplace) Other Level 2Fully FundedNot funded (Workplace)Co-funded Not funded Eligibility

23 2012/13Unemployed on active benefits or wider offer to unemployed year oldClassroom basedWorkplace learning (SME) Less than 250 employees Workplace learning Large employer – 250 employees or more 25+ without FFL2 25+ qualified to L2 or above 25+ without FFL2 25+ qualified to L2 or above 25+ without FFL2 25+ qualified to L2 or above Full Level 3Fully FundedFully funded (for those without a Level 3) Co-funded Not funded Co-funded (with Level 3 or above, classroom) Not funded (with Level 3 or above, workplace) Other Level 3Fully FundedCo-funded (classroom)Co-funded Not funded Not funded (workplace) Full Level 4 or aboveFully FundedFully funded (for those without a Level 3) Co-funded Not- funded Co-funded (with Level 3 or above, classroom) Not funded (with Level 3 or above, workplace) Apprenticeships (all Levels) Not fundedCo-funded (workplace)Not- funded Co-funded

24 So, for employed learners…… / year oldWorkplace learning (SME) Less than 250 employees Workplace learning Large employer – 250 employees or more 24+ without FFL2 24+ qualified to L2 or above 24+ without FFL2 24+ qualified to L2 or above Stand alone unitsNot funded Basic SkillsFully funded ESOLNot funded workplaceNot funded Progression Funding (Entry & Level 1 vocational and PSD aims) Fully funded (vocational Level 1 only – workplace)Not funded Full Level 2Fully funded (without Level 2)Co-funded Not funded Co-funded (With Level 2 or above, workplace SME only, otherwise not funded in workplace) Other Level 2Not funded (Workplace)Not funded

25 Skills Funding Agency – Example Funding by type of qualification. Learning aim type (credits) 1.0 Base 1.12 Low1.3 Medium1.6 High1.72 Specialist Award (1-6) Award (7-12) Certificate (13-24) £724£811£941£1159£1246 Certificate (25-36) £1,265£1417£1645£2025£2176 Diploma (37-48) £1,987£2225£2583£3179£3417 Diploma (49-72) £2,573£2882£3345£4117£4425 Diploma (73-132) £4,170£4670£5421£6671£7712 Diploma (133+) £6602£7395£8583£10564£11356


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