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  • Overview of the Education Inspection Framework 2019, and how this will further students’ prospects of further study, training or work
  • Understanding how Ofsted is working within an emerging landscape of employer-based provision, FE group structures and new providers
  • Reviewing Ofsted approach to the development of quality apprenticeships

  • Increasing the quality of apprenticeships and ensuring apprenticeship training and end-point assessments are at the highest quality
  • Ensuring the success of the first wave of T-level’s, in collaboration with employers and the FE sector
  • Improving the transparency and the affordability of apprenticeship programmes and positioning it as an attractive route to skilled employment and further development
  • Supporting learners from a diverse background and education to learn new skills which will increase their prospects for long term employment

  • Helping young people to make informed decisions about their future learning pathways, career entry points and progression opportunities locally;
  • Supporting young people to make a successful transition from school and college;
  • Inspiring more young people as to the full range of career opportunities in and around the area; and
  • Helping schools and colleges to evidence and improve their careers provision as well as support their journey towards the Gatsby benchmarks for good career guidance

  • Encouraging on-going and meaningful dialogue around skills policy between enterprise, education providers and government
  • Understanding the impact of traineeships, adult re- and upskilling, new technology and the delivery of T-levels on employers
  • Reducing government bureaucracy and ensuring that there is enough flexibility in the skills and employment system
  • Reviewing the impact of apprenticeships on micro businesses and SMES’s and best practice for balancing the off the job training requirement for apprentices

  • Encouraging on-going and meaningful dialogue around skills policy between enterprise, education providers and government
  • Understanding the impact of traineeships, adult re- and upskilling, new technology and the delivery of T-levels on employers
  • Reducing government bureaucracy and ensuring that there is enough flexibility in the skills and employment system
  • Reviewing the impact of apprenticeships on micro businesses and SMES’s and best practice for balancing the off the job training requirement for apprentices