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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

  • 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 Succeed1 April 2001


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

  • Increase participation

  • Improve achievement

  • Encourage non-participating individuals to take up learning

  • Improve quality


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


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

  • Estimated colleges’ expenditure 1999-2000

    • £ 170+ million!

  • Includes £ 20 million from central funding

  • Standards fund

£££

£££


Central FE ILT Funding 2001-2002

£ million

Direct to colleges25

Networking services11

Materials, information, etc. 6

Total42

£££

£££


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

  • Student and staff pressures for more/better IT

  • Dramatic rise in internet traffic

  • Growing demands for (expensive) learning materials

£££

£££


Central ILT Funding 2002-2004

£ million

  • 2002-2003xx

  • 2003-2004yy

    Announcement in ????

£££

£££


Funding e-learning 2002-2004

  • Fund learners (not programmes)

  • Vary with size of programme

  • Recognise different programmes costs

  • Recognise disadvantage

£££

£££


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

  • Consultation

  • Feasibility study

  • Destination data feasibility study

£££

£££


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

  • Planning

  • Development

  • Contracts

  • Service delivery

  • Quality improvement

  • Financial propriety

  • Local learning partnerships


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

  • 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

  • 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”


The End

and so to

greater LSC collaboration


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