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Raising the Participation Age. RPA is coming into effect from Summer 2013. If you are in year 11 this will affect you . October 2013. Raising the Participation Age. So that you have the opportunity to build the skills and qualifications you will need for your working life, the government has

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raising the participation age

Raising the Participation Age

RPA is coming into effect from Summer 2013. If you are in year 11 this will affect you.

October 2013

raising the participation age1
Raising the Participation Age
  • So that you have the opportunity to build
  • the skills and qualifications you will need
  • for your working life, the government has
  • raised the age of participation.
  • This means….
who does raising the participation age affect
Who does Raising the ParticipationAge affect?
  • …. if you are currently in Year 11 or below, you will be expected to continue in education, training or work with training until your 18th birthday.
  • This is what most young people already do.
where can i learn or train
Where can I learn or train?
  • But ….
  • this does not necessarily mean you have to stay on at school after Year 11. You have a choice.
where can i learn or train1
Where can I learn or train?
  • You could:
  • stay on in full time education, such as school, college or training provider
  • do an Apprenticeship
  • work or volunteer and then study part-time
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Sources of Advice and

  • Guidance
    • Your school’s careers tutor
    • Parents/carers
    • Teachers
    • Friends
    • www.kentchoices4u.com
    • www.direct.gov.uk/NationalCareersService
why is the government making this change
Why is the Government making this change?
  • Because most young people already continue their learning after Year 11.
  • It gives you the best chance to gain the skills and qualifications you’ll need to be successful
  • It will significantly increase your prospects for future employment and the amount you are likely to earn.
rpa where can i find out more
RPAWhere can I find out more?
  • More information on RPA can be found on
  • www.kentchoices4u.com
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