Presentation on theme: "Performance Management within a Self Regulating FE System Phil Cox Senior Project Leader FE Self Regulation Project June 2008."— Presentation transcript:
Performance Management within a Self Regulating FE System Phil Cox Senior Project Leader FE Self Regulation Project June 2008
Self Regulation – the Vision A further education sector comprising autonomous, demand-led, organisations acting individually and collectively within a self regulation system in delivering high quality, responsive provision for the benefit of learners, employers and communities and operating as a trusted partner of government.
Nine representative bodies - ALP, AoC, HOLEX, Landex, MEG, NATSPEC, NIACE, SFCF, 157 Group. Represents the sector in strategic dialogue with government on regulatory matters. Responsible for devising and maintaining the framework for self regulation and developing a rolling programme of activity for this purpose. Single Voice for Self Regulation
Performance Management A performance management system through which providers 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.
NATIONAL IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY EXTERNAL REGULATION – INSPECTION / FFE / INTERVENTION PROVIDER RESPONSIBILITIES COLLABORATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES SECTOR-WIDE RESPONSIBILITIES Organisational Review & Development Peer Review & Development System Review and Development Codes of Conduct and Practice Managing Underperformance Benchmarking performance Validating self assessment Identifying improvement needs and opportunities Sharing / transferring practice Joint planning / action on underperformance Monitoring impact Identifying client needs Setting performance goals Managing performance risk Benchmarking performance Self assessing performance Validating self assessment Acting on underperformance Spreading good practice A self-improving culture Development Support Programmes Continuing professional development - accredited non-accredited Codes of professional conduct and practice For governors, clerks, managers, teachers and other practitioners INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES Professional Review and Development Single Quality Framework PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT WITHIN A SELF-REGULATING FE SYSTEM Information and Guidance Standards
Critical Issues Defining the self in self regulation Aligning external regulation to the needs and capabilities of a self regulating system Relationship between the regulatory and improvement support elements of the system. Capacity building for performance management through the National Improvement Strategy
White Paper Raising Expectations The challenge now is to ensure the sector has the support it needs for the next steps of its improvement journey, in the increasingly demanding environment of self regulation, cross-sector partnership and customer responsiveness.Paragraph 11.4