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The skills landscape – 2012 and beyond Rob Wye, Chief Executive, LSIS.

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1 The skills landscape – 2012 and beyond Rob Wye, Chief Executive, LSIS

2 Great Expectations – part one Sector to determine own destiny – no blueprint – real freedoms Leaders of learning in communities – and importance of strong leadership High quality teaching and learning, content and qualifications Economic development, enterprise and regeneration Understanding and meeting community needs

3 Great Expectations – part two Harnessing the expertise of business for currency and knowledge Student loans, co-funding and new funding approaches – both pre and post 19 Performance reporting and better information to improve choice Improved outcomes – qualifications and jobs More with less

4 Young At Heart..... Raising the Participation Age Funding Academies What to teach Learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities

5 An Inspector Calls Overall improvement But on average inspected colleges declining While WBL and ACL improving No outstanding teaching and learning Impact of turnover of senior team/interims Impact of poor governance OFSTED will review progression to employment Need for effective use of data and speedy response

6 Little by Little..... Poor teaching and learning characterised by little interaction too much control low expectations little stretch low interest

7 LSIS update Sector owned, sector led, sector delivered 60% of funds to sector, rising to 70% £157m, £64m, £31m Staff down by 25-30% - saving £2m pa to reinvest Apprentices doubled New structure New Board members New Council members New partnership agreements

8 Brave New World.... New Challenges, New Chances – from BIS Colleges in their Communities – NIACE, AoC, 157 LSIS/RSA Public Services Hub 2020 report – a possible future New Freedoms: New Focus – strategic framework Strategic Intentions LSIS Improvement Services

9 Five ways Accelerating improved teaching, training and learning – inspiring practice, improving effectiveness. Reinvigorating curriculum design by building further capability and capacity for innovative and effective development of learning programmes. Enhancing leadership, governance and management for improvement, innovation and change. Energising improvement through new ways of working, innovation and efficiency. Supporting the sector to influence the future - using policy analysis, research and strategic intelligence, locally and nationally.

10 April 2011: FE 2020 Report

11 Fast forward.... A challenging future With FE and skills at the heart Economic success Social cohesion Community engagement Your LSIS Here to support you Improving together


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