Presentation on theme: "Integrating PRD into Work Based Learning Dr Chris Payne and Paul Eeles 5 th June 2008."— Presentation transcript:
Integrating PRD into Work Based Learning Dr Chris Payne and Paul Eeles 5 th June 2008
Session Objectives 1.How PRD can be integrated into work based learning and the implications for WBL Providers. 2.Mapping framework for excellence across existing and new quality kite marks 3.Understanding how self-regulation may work within the independent training provider sector 4.An opportunity to feedback the views of WBL within the new environment
NATIONAL IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY EXTERNAL REGULATION – INSPECTORATE /FFE/ FUNDING BODIES PROVIDER RESPONSIBILITIES COLLABORATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES SECTOR-WIDE RESPONSIBILITIES Organisational Review & Development Peer Review & Development System Review and Development Codes of Practice and Guidance Standards Identifying and Managing Underperformance Benchmarking performance Validating self assessment judgements Identifying improvement needs and opportunities Sharing / transferring practice Joint planning / action on underperformance Monitoring impact Identifying client needs Setting performance goals Managing performance risk Self assessing performance Validating self assessment Acting on underperformance Spreading good practice Developing a self-improving culture PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT WITHIN A SELF-REGULATING FE SYSTEM Development Support Programmes Codes of professional conduct for governors., clerks, managers, teachers and other practitioners To include the Code of Professional Practice of the Institute for Learning, based on behaviours expected of teachers including : Integrity Respect Care Practice Disclosure Responsibility INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES Professional Review and Development Single Quality Improvement Framework
Implications of PRD Consider & Feedback The effectiveness Practical application Capacity Commercial sensitivities COLLABORATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES Peer Review & Development Benchmarking performance Validating self assessment judgements Identifying improvement needs and opportunities Sharing / transferring practice Joint planning / action on underperformance Monitoring impact
September 2010 What are the benefits to WBL
Self Regulation A system of self regulation through which providers will demonstrate, individually and collaboratively, their capacity for assuring minimum levels of performance and for continuously improving the quality and standards of provision for the benefit of learners, employers and local communities.