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1 Apprenticeships for schools Hannah Matta, talent management consultant

2  Background  Benefits to schools’ workforce  A Head teacher’s view  An apprentice’s view

3 History of apprenticeships  Dates back to the middle ages  1960’s – popular but criticized  1990’s – Numbers dwindled  Post 1990 – broader repertoire of apprenticeships and a focus on occupational competence, governed by Ofsted  Explode the myths  Alternatives to university

4 Why apprenticeships?  National initiative  Currently over 130,000 employers offer apprenticeships  Commitment 2,000 in place pan London authorities by 2012  Post 2012 sustained level of 2%

5 The context in Croydon Committed to 87 by Dec 2012 Focus on Croydon young people age The place High agency spend Ageing workforce The organisation Community Strategy & NEET agenda

6 What is an apprenticeship?  Sector skills councils  Training contract  On-the-job training & qualification

7 Role of the line manager Role of learning provider Role of the mentor

8 The apprentice………..

9 Apprenticeship framework Functional Skills (key skills) National vocational qualification (NVQ) Competence Knowledge based element (technical certificate)

10 Who is eligible?  Age 16+  Minimum level of literacy and numeracy  No graduates or other full time course  Min of 30 hours per week employment  EU resident for 3 years

11  Apprenticeships - level 2 – 5 GCSE’s – 12 months  Advanced apprenticeships – level 3 – 2 A’levels  Higher apprenticeships – level 4 – Foundation degree Qualifications Credit Framework – career progression Levels and types of apprenticeships

12 Apprenticeships for schools  Over 190 frameworks Business Administration Health & Social Care Site Management Teaching Assistant

13 Apprenticeships through schools…………

14 Costs £ per annum Level 2  Wage allowance = £8,320  £150 per week rising to £170 after 6 months  On-costs = £335 Total = £8,655 The cost of the training is covered by the government * dependent on age * Level 3  Wage allowance = £10,400  £190 per week rising to £210 after 6 months  On-costs = £ Total = £11,000

15 Wendy Jackson Office manager Parish Church CE Nursery and Infant School

16 Ashley Kerwood Business administration apprentice Parish Church CE Nursery and Infant School

17 Kyle Gray Business Administration Apprentice Croydon Council

18 Questions For further information contact: Hannah Matta (Ext: 50007)


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