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ILT Strategies in the Learning and Skills Era. March 2001. Overview. The LSC and its mission Funding and data collection ILT strategic implications for colleges. LSC: 47 LLSCs and ALI. FEFC (9 regional offices). 68 TECs & TSC. Learning to Succeed 1 April 2001. Vision for the LSC.

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Ilt strategies in the learning and skills era

ILT Strategies in the Learning and Skills Era

  • March 2001


Overview

Overview

  • The LSC and its mission

  • Funding and data collection

  • ILT strategic implications for colleges


Learning to succeed 1 april 2001

LSC:47 LLSCs and ALI

FEFC(9 regional offices)

68 TECs& TSC

Learning to Succeed1 April 2001


Vision for the lsc

Vision for the LSC

“The Learning and Skills Council should make a significant contribution to upskilling the nation, increasing the employability of individuals, and securing the competitiveness of the UK…”

David Blunkett

Secretary of State for Education and Employment


John harwood our goals

John Harwood - Our Goals

  • Increase participation

  • Improve achievement

  • Encourage non-participating individuals to take up learning

  • Improve quality


Our remit

Our Remit

Young People: Achieve at least a level 2 qualification

Adults: Increase the demand for learning

Build on the work of the Skills Task Force

Raise standards


Ilt strategies in the learning and skills era

How?

A comprehensive approach to bring together

all strands of post-16 education including

schools, colleges, work-based training

organisations and adult learning into:

a single funding and planning system

at both national and local level


Ilt investment

ILT Investment

  • Estimated colleges’ expenditure 1999-2000

    • £ 170+ million!

  • Includes £ 20 million from central funding

  • Standards fund

£££

£££


Central fe ilt funding 2001 2002

Central FE ILT Funding 2001-2002

£ million

Direct to colleges25

Networking services11

Materials, information, etc. 6

Total42

£££

£££


Ilt funding 2001 2002

ILT Funding 2001-2002

  • Local learning materials £7,200

  • MLE software licences up to £20,000

  • IT equipment up to £22,000

  • LAN infrastructure up to £20,000

    Account for by July 2002

£££

£££


Change factors for 2002 2004

Change Factors for 2002-2004

  • Student and staff pressures for more/better IT

  • Dramatic rise in internet traffic

  • Growing demands for (expensive) learning materials

£££

£££


Central ilt funding 2002 2004

Central ILT Funding 2002-2004

£ million

  • 2002-2003xx

  • 2003-2004yy

    Announcement in ????

£££

£££


Funding e learning 2002 2004

Funding e-learning 2002-2004

  • Fund learners (not programmes)

  • Vary with size of programme

  • Recognise different programmes costs

  • Recognise disadvantage

£££

£££


Data collection 2001 2002

Data Collection 2001-2002

  • ISR being converted to ILR from 2000-01

  • Contain around 80 fields - 10 exclusively work based learning (WBL)

  • In 2001-02

    • ACL pilot

    • eligibility changes affect Qualifications Database

    • stable Learner Information Suite

£££

£££


Data collection 2002 2003

Data Collection 2002-2003

  • Consultation

  • Feasibility study

  • Destination data feasibility study

£££

£££


New sector new world

New Sector - New World

Pivotal role for e-learning

  • Every college a beacon

  • Every college a centre of excellence

  • White paper implications


Strategic implications for colleges working with the local lsc

Strategic implications for colleges-Working with the Local LSC

  • Planning

  • Development

  • Contracts

  • Service delivery

  • Quality improvement

  • Financial propriety

  • Local learning partnerships


Strategic implications for colleges use e learning as a driver to

Strategic implications for colleges -Use e-learning as a driver to:

  • increase skills levels

  • raise standards

  • improve recruitment and retention

  • make FE life fun for all learners

  • explode e-learning into the community


Strategic implications for colleges collaboration

Strategic implications for colleges - Collaboration

  • Driven by education considerations not by technology

  • Local learning partnerships

  • Local learning materials development

  • National collaboration in specialist areas

  • Share ILT strategies?

  • Common staff development - Standards Fund?


Synthesis

Synthesis

  • e-learning at the centre of college and community life

  • the college as a real learning hub for the community

  • “The future is bright - the future is e-learning”


Ilt strategies in the learning and skills era

The End

and so to

greater LSC collaboration


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