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1 New Ways of Working The Derbyshire Network 29 January 2014

2 Introduction to the day Steve Meadows Chief Executive

3 Programme for the day Steve Meadows – Chief Executive Sharon Nash – Quality Improvement Manager Morning break ( ) Steve Moore – Contracts Manager Lunch ( ) MATRIX – Sian Kellogg CQ3 Tina Howe- Employer and Learner Voice Manager Afternoon break ( ) Steve Meadows – Chief Executive Event Close (15.30)

4 Teaching, Learning and Assessment Equality and Diversity Sharon Nash Quality Improvement Manager

5 What we are looking for Teachers who deliver inspirational sessions Teachers who have high expectations of both the learners and themselves Teachers who can stretch and challenge all our learners and support them in becoming independent learners A variety of delivery techniques to address individualised learning in preparation for todays workforce

6 What we are looking for Support and embedding of maths, English and ILT within the sessions Realistic setting of targets that are clear and shared with all parties to support monitoring of learner’s progress A variety of assessment techniques used across the whole learner journey to monitor and individualise the learners progress Qualified Teachers – Level 4 or above

7 Observations of Learning All Sub-contractors to have a clear Observation process in place that leads to CPD All observers to be fully trained in the observation of learning, progress made and effective feedback Observations will take place across the whole learner journey through a structured programme All observation reports to be moderated for consistency

8 Equality and Diversity Missed opportunities that occur naturally to promote E & D Better understanding of E & D and how to embed and enforce across all areas of delivery Higher level thinking skills – Stretch and Challenge Collation and analysis of comparative success data Are you addressing the ethnic mix? Dedicated E & D person – Minimum Level 2

9 Table Activity  Observation of Teaching, Learning and Assessment  Equality and Diversity

10 Learner Progress and Progression Success Rates Steve Moore Contracts Manager

11 What Does The Ofsted Report Say Not enough apprentices achieve their qualifications, especially by the date planned for completion. Monthly monitoring of learner’s progress shows too many providers still have learners not receiving the help to progress at the rate expected by the consortium managers. Managers do not monitor learner’s progression sufficiently. Providers and assessors supply anecdotal evidence of learner’s progression to employment, higher qualifications and promotions, but managers have only just started to gather this information to quantify it to plan improvements.

12 What Does The Data Say What Does The Data Say All Workplace Learning Overall Timely Provider Full Yr Provider Full Yr National PICS Provider Full Yr Provider Full Yr National PICS 2011/122012/ /142011/122012/ /14 Below Level 2 (excl SFL) Achievers3132, ,750 Leavers3133, ,250 Success Rate100.0% 89.2%100.0% 84.7% Skills for Life Achievers87337, ,470 Leavers95641, ,420 Success Rate91.6%50%90.3%91.6%12.9%78.5% Full Level 2 Achievers , ,200 Leavers , ,130 Success Rate93.9%97.4%89.5%94.4%91.5%80.7% Full Level 3 Achievers755217, ,900 Leavers885821, ,090 Success Rate85.2%89.7%83.3%65.5%66.2%70.6% Other Achievers26139, ,400 Leavers271310, ,780 Success Rate96.3%100.0%89.8%95.8%78.6%77.9% Summary Achievers , ,70093 Leavers , , Success Rate92.3%96.3%89.1%92.05%89.2%86.1%79.3%68.38%

13 What Does The Data Say What Does The Data Say All Workplace Learning

14 What Does The Data Say What Does The Data Say Classroom Learning (including functional skills) Provider Full YearNational PICS 2010/112011/122012/ /2014 All Long Starts018202,491, Success Rate 094.4%70.0%81.0% 198 All Short Starts ,083, Success Rate 092.4%76.9%83.6% 190 Total Starts ,575, Success Rate 92.6%76.6%83.6% 76.87%

15 What Does The Data Say What Does The Data Say Apprenticeships Provider Full YearNational PICS 2010/112011/122012/ /2014 Overall Achievers , Leavers , Success Rate 40.7 %73.3 %72.3 % 81.31% Timely Achievers , Leavers , Success Rate 18.8 %39.0 %56.2% 34.74%

16 What Does The Data Say What Does The Data Say Apprenticeships

17 Overall Timely Provider Full Year National PICSProvider Full Year National PICS 2011/122012/ /142011/122012/ / Health, Public Services and Care Achievers , ,20059 Leavers , , Success Rate 29.7%70.1%70.5% 82.7% 8.9%30.8%49.3% 60.2% 03 - Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care Achievers 2214, ,760 Leavers 2225, ,030 Success Rate 100.0%95.5%76.9%66.7%95.2%62.4% 04 - Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Achievers 21739, ,380 1 Leavers 21951, ,730 2 Success Rate 100.0%89.5%76.3% 50.0% 100.0%47.4%59.2% 50.0% 05 - Construction, Planning and the Leavers Built Environment Achievers , ,350 0 Leavers , ,640 6 Success Rate 86.7%94.4%71.0% 100.0% 59.3%13.3%53.0% 0.0% 06 - Information and Communication Technology Achievers 208,100206,560 0 Leavers 3211, ,690 3 Success Rate 66.7%0%73.2%66.7%0.0%61.4% 0.0% 07 - Retail and Commercial Enterprise Achievers 0854, ,400 Leavers 0877, ,740 Success Rate 100.0%69.6% 87.5%56.0% 13 - Education and Training Achievers 1103, ,1903 Leavers 1104, ,60037 Success Rate 100% 78.1%33.3%100%90.9%57.0%8.1% 15 - Business, Administration and Law Achievers , ,00016 Leavers , ,45044 Success Rate 35.4%71.5%72.7% 20.5%43.5%58.6%36.4%

18 Apprenticeships Average Lengths of Stay Achievers August 2012 to December 2013 Apprenticeship Framework DescriptionLevel Duration (months) Health & Social CareIntermediate17 Health & Social CareAdvanced18 Children & Young People WorkforceIntermediate15 Children & Young People WorkforceAdvanced19 HorticultureIntermediate14 HorticultureAdvanced21 Manufacturing TechnologiesIntermediate13 Building & ConstructionIntermediate17 Service EnterprisesIntermediate12 Hospitality & CateringIntermediate16 Direct Learning SupportIntermediate17 Direct Learning SupportAdvanced17 Business AdministrationIntermediate14 Business AdministrationAdvanced16 Customer ServiceIntermediate15 Customer ServiceAdvanced16 Team LeadingIntermediate14 ManagementAdvanced18

19 Apprenticeships Average Lengths of Stay Achievers August 2012 to December 2013 The sample covered 599 Apprentices who achieved within the above time period. Of these 240 Apprentices (40%) had planned programme durations in excess of 13 months

20 CONSIDERATIONS Effectiveness of the Learner and Employer recruitment process The width and depth of the initial assessment process The width and depth of Induction programmes for both Learners and Employers Planning of the learner journey programme Have standardised programmes been developed as a base to work from How well information gathered from initial assessment fits into the learner journey programme Learner and Employer engagement in programme planning Effectiveness of Learner progress reviews Effectiveness and currency of Learner tracking systems : on-programme and post-programme Effectiveness and frequency of Information--Advice--Guidance

21 Table Activity  Raising Success Rates  Learner Progress and Progression

22 Matrix CQ3 Sian Kellogg

23 Employer and Learner Voice Self Assessment Report (SAR) Tina Howe Learner and Employer Voice Manager

24 More responses required! I will contact each Sub-Contractor with the names of learners, due a questionnaire at least one week prior to sending the learner an with the questionnaire link. All Sub-Contractors are asked to contact learners and encourage them to complete the questionnaire when they receive the and link. There will be a generic questionnaire for learners to complete on the TDN site, where they do not have an address. There will be an employer questionnaire on the TDN site and employers should be made aware that they can complete it during the learners programme. I will still be contacting employers and on occasion learners, directly to obtain their views.

25 Self Assessment Report and Quality Improvement CIF dictates the format Leaner, employer and staff views and feedback Evaluative and qualitative information QIP falls out of SAR – SMART targets, reviewed Equality, Diversity Impact Measures (EDIMs)

26 Table Activity  Learner and Employer Voice  SAR Development and Validation

27 Leadership and Management Steve Meadows Chief Executive

28 Provider Performance Reviews Escalation Process Due Diligence Self Assessment Process Events ESF Funding Compliance

29 Summary and close Evaluation form – please complete


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