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Organised crime Organised crime Judith Swift Unions and Partners – transition to Functional Skills.

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1 Organised crime Organised crime Judith Swift Unions and Partners – transition to Functional Skills

2 English and Maths is established and integral to union learning Standing “ core” component of Learning Agreements with employers “ Core offer” in Union Learning centres Models for learners and e levels who feel Functional skills is too big a leap ULRs are key – strong partnerships with providers Where we are

3 Successes Very effective ( unique) promotion and recruitment through ULRs Training and resources to support Advocacy to employers Strong partnerships with providers Good bedrock to support transition to Functional Skills Big rebalancing of maths to english – promotions of Maths and maths Champions is working Good models E levels to L2 – Kirkless and GMB

4 Benefits of Functional Skills Learners enjoy Functional Skills – practical application and problem solving Unions value the context and depth Unions reluctant to engage with Skills for Life are now engaged Providers value the expertise of unions in arranging effective delivery of functional skills

5 Issues Employers like the framework in theory, but not necessarily the time required Unions are increasingly providing support for Functional skills in Apprenticeships and possibly Traineeships Demand for progression pathways in Englsih and maths – not just GCSEs

6 Organised crime Organised crime Judith Swift Thank you


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