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Modern Apprenticeship Review. Employer Meeting 9 th August 2005. Agenda. Introductions Overview of MAIG requirements Proposed changes for MA content Proposed changes for MA entry Changes in registration procedures A.O.C.B. Close. MA’s in Scotland.

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modern apprenticeship review

Modern Apprenticeship Review

Employer Meeting

9th August 2005

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agenda
Agenda
  • Introductions
  • Overview of MAIG requirements
  • Proposed changes for MA content
  • Proposed changes for MA entry
  • Changes in registration procedures
  • A.O.C.B.
  • Close

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ma s in scotland
MA’s in Scotland
  • Currently 6000 registered in Scotland
  • Total of 4200 undertook the 5th framework
  • In Hospitality 3900 in Travel 300
  • Achievement is around 37 %
  • 30% of males achieved – 45% of females achieved the full framework
  • Chef is the most popular route, followed by food and drink service
  • Exemptions account for about 15% of entries now

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maig overview
MAIG Overview
  • Modern Apprenticeship Implementation Group
  • Has a broad role on issues within Apprenticeships
  • Sets policy on Apprenticeships in Scotland
  • Enforces framework adherence
  • Sits once a month to review MA Frameworks
  • Representatives from Enterprise Network, SSC's, and Training

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maig requirements
MAIG Requirements
  • The Approval process
  • Justification / rationale for Framework
  • Consultation
  • Improving completion rates
  • Improving access
  • Building capacity
  • Continuous review and progression
  • General information

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Approval process

  • Approval of Frameworks
  • Co-ordination with English and Welsh Frameworks
  • Developing a new Scottish Framework
  • Re-approval of an existing Scottish Framework
  • Third Party Evidence
  • Duration of Approval
  • De-Approving

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justification rationale
Justification / rationale
  • What should / can be included in the framework?
    • SVQ level 3
    • Core Skills
    • Other Qualifications
    • Technical certificates
    • Optional Outcomes
    • Languages

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consultation
Consultation
  • SSC’s must consult widely with:
    • Industry
    • Education
    • Training Providers
    • Qualifications Authorities / Awarding Bodies
    • Careers Organisations
    • Key stakeholders (Enterprise / Executive)

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improving completion
Improving completion
  • SSC's must:
    • Evaluate reasons for non-completion
    • Develop a strategy for improving completion
    • Must demonstrate that there is sufficient quality capacity to deliver the MA
    • Must consider its’ role in the quality of delivery
    • Present evidence that these strategies will work and have been consulted on.

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ma review proposals

MA Review Proposals

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content
Content
  • New route for SVQ 3 and 4 combination
  • SVQ 3 will remain main outcome
  • Exemption will still apply for those that meet exemption criteria
  • Additional VQ units will be optional
  • Introducing “industry awards” specific to routes – i.e. Servewise Plus.

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for discussion
Overview

3 / 4 Combination

3 remains main outcome

Exemption to continue

Additional units to become optional

New industry awards

Questions

Do you agree with these?

What issues do you think there might be?

Do you think there will be uptake?

Is there capacity to deliver new qualifications?

Anything else we should be looking at?

For discussion

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improving retention
Improving retention
  • Access to MA via CV only
  • One years relevant industry experience or 6 months relevant accredited training – to access MA
  • Providers need to demonstrate acceptable results and to achieve a minimum level of framework achievement.
  • Code of Practice for training providers - compulsory
  • Introduce Best practice annual forum – compulsory

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Improving retention
  • Standard guidance on recruitment
  • Standard guidance on induction
  • LECs can audit SSC paperwork Exit reports – all accredited achievement is recorded by the provider and sent to People 1st for collation
  • Providers failing to deliver any element of the revised programme, People 1st to retain the right to refuse / remove centre approval

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Access to MA via CV only

One years relevant industry experience or 6 months relevant accredited training – to access MA

Providers need to demonstrate acceptable results and to achieve a minimum level of framework achievement.

Code of Practice for training providers - compulsory

Introduce Best practice annual forum – compulsory

Standard guidance on recruitment

Standard guidance on induction

LECs can audit SSC paperwork Exit reports – all accredited achievement is recorded by the provider and sent to People 1st for collation

Providers failing to deliver any element of the revised programme, People 1st to retain the right to refuse / remove centre approval

Do you agree with these?

What issues do you think there might be?

What other areas do you thin we should be looking at?

Do you see these making the impacts required?

Anything else?

For discussion

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registration of candidates
Registration of Candidates
  • Registration of candidates will be on-line
  • People 1st will administer the new systems in partnership with SE / HiE
  • People 1st will produce quarterly figures on achievements (including units) and candidate progress for SE / HiE
  • People 1st will continue to offer specialised assistance to providers on Modern Apprenticeship issues via the web and ‘phone

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Registration of candidates will be on-line

People 1st will administer the new systems in partnership with SE / HiE

People 1st will produce quarterly figures on achievements (including units) and candidate progress for SE / HiE

People 1st will continue to offer specialised assistance to providers on Modern Apprenticeship issues via the web and ‘phone

Do you agree with these?

What issues do you think there might be?

What other areas do you thin we should be looking at?

Do you see these making the impacts required?

Anything else?

For discussion

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methodology
Methodology
  • Steering Group
  • Five focus groups
    • Employers
    • Further Education
    • Training Providers
    • Stakeholders
    • Awarding Bodies
  • Chair of each focus group sits on steering group

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Methodology
  • Wide consultation with each group.
  • All returns will be discussed by focus / steering group
  • No element is sacred!
  • All inclusions/exclusions based solely on returns / evidenced demand
  • Submit framework to MAIG in October
  • Three month approval process
  • Introduce framework in December 2005

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contact details
Contact Details

Marc Robertson

HLTT Consulting

Sten House

Tweedside

Newtown St. Boswells

Roxburghshire

TD6 0PQ

T: 01835 924270

M: 07931 591406

E: review@hlttc.com

W: www.hlttc.com/review

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