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1 Apprenticeship Reforms: Implementation Phase 2 Apprenticeship Trailblazers Mandy Crawford-Lee Apprenticeship Unit 4 April 2014

2 2 Second Phase Trailblazers Accountancy Actuarial Adult Social Care Airworthiness Automotive Retail AviationButcheryCinemaCivil ServiceConstruction Conveyancing CraftDental HealthEarly Years Emerging Technologies Hair and BeautyHorticulture Hospitality and Tourism Housing Insurance Land-based Engineering Law MaritimeMediaNursing Property Services Rail DesignRetailTravel

3 3 Second Phase Trailblazers: higher level occupations Accountancy Actuarial Adult Social Care Adult Social Care Airworthiness Automotive Retail Automotive Retail Aviation Butchery Cinema Civil Service Construction Conveyancing Craft Dental Health Early Years Emerging Technologies Emerging Technologies Hair and Beauty Horticulture Hospitality and Tourism Hospitality and Tourism Housing Land-based Engineering Land-based Engineering Law Maritime Media Nursing Property Services Property Services Rail Design Retail Travel Insurance Financial Services Financial Services

4 4 Apprenticeships are changing Employers lead and define throughout Phased approach –Commitment –Creation –Implementation Employer-defined Apprenticeships

5 5 High level of employer commitment –Around 400 so far –Led by large, small, mid level employers –Demonstrating leadership, contribution and consultation –Public recognition and endorsement by wider sector employers including SMEs Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Commitment

6 6 High level of employer commitment –Leading the design and development process –Selecting the Apprenticeship occupations / job roles –Creating the high level standard –Including other industry expertise –Defining the high level assessment approach: driven by the content of the standard Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Creation

7 7 The criteria –Unique –Short, concise –Describes full competence: at a high level –Publicly recognised as fit for purpose –Stretching: 12 months minimum duration –English and maths if over minimum requirements –May specify pre-requisite qualifications –May include core and options –Provide route to professional registration –Suitable for SMEs –Recommends the level Employer-defined Apprenticeships: the standard

8 8 Some early issues –Resourcing –Capturing effective practice –When to seek technical / industry / qualification expertise –Minimal experience –Meeting of professional standards /regulatory requirements –Progression –One standard or to represent different levels of licensing –Achieving standard-to-syllabus development Employer-defined Apprenticeships: the standard

9 9 In summary –End point, holistic and synoptic assessment –End point assessment, as a minimum, will be graded –Qualifications included in the standard pre-requisite to end- point assessment –Appropriate mix of assessment approaches to demonstrate competence –Increased independence in assessment –Current recommendation for a single assessment body per standard Employer-defined Apprenticeships: assessment approach

10 10 High level of employer commitment –Recruitment –Training and delivery –Assessment –Purchasing –Reporting Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Implementation

11 11 Looking ahead –Testing different models for facilitating implementation –Deciding when and how to work with assessment experts –Making contact and briefing potential training partners –Identifying and working with other development partners –Determining who is best placed to design, develop and deliver a standardised assessment Employer-defined Apprenticeships: Implementation

12 12 Employer-defined Apprenticeships: looking ahead March - April 2014Apprenticeship funding consultation March - June 2014Trailblazer phase 2 design Sept 2014Trailblazer phase 3 starts End 2014First Apprenticeship starts using new standards Mid 2014 – beginning 2015 Laying foundations for the steady state new Apprenticeship programme Autumn 2017All Apprenticeship starts use standards

13 13 An Apprenticeship is a job, in a skilled occupation, that requires substantial and sustained training, leading to the achievement of an Apprenticeship standard and the development of transferable skills to progress careers. Employer-defined Apprenticeships: a new definition

14 14 Contact Details: (t) 07770 598288

15 15 Over 400 Employers already involved in redesigning Apprenticeships Over 1.6m Apprenticeship starts this Parliament. We are committed to delivering at least 2 million. Over 700 Different job roles where you can already do an Apprenticeship. £117k Extra income earned by someone who completes a Level 3 Apprenticeship Delivering Apprenticeships Amount we invested in Apprenticeships last year Return for every pound that Government invests in Apprenticeships £1 £28 84% Level of employer satisfaction with Apprenticeships £1.5 bn Over 220,000 Workplaces already offering Apprenticeships At least 12 months Duration for new Apprenticeships 8 out of 11 Industrial Strategy sectors already covered by our Trailblazers New Higher Apprenticeships In occupations like space engineer and pilot 49,000 Apprenticeships in smaller businesses supported by the Grant for Employers Over 20,000 Apprenticeships pledged during National Apprenticeships Week 2014 By 2017/18 All Apprenticeship starts will be on new employer-led standards £1.8bn Added to economy by apprentices

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