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    1. Apprenticeships Online Provider Update May 2008

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    4. A brief introduction to each member of the team, regarding Apprenticeships online, and what each member does. A brief introduction to each member of the team, regarding Apprenticeships online, and what each member does.

    5. Where are we based? E.g. where to write to us or send us information. An explanation of who we work for, making it clear we are not members of the Learning and Skills Council. That we work with them. Where are we based? E.g. where to write to us or send us information. An explanation of who we work for, making it clear we are not members of the Learning and Skills Council. That we work with them.

    6. A run through of the resources that we produce, particularly concentrating on the YP user Guide and the Pens. Employer Guide we are giving out in our employer campaigns, providers can take one as a reference only. A run through of the resources that we produce, particularly concentrating on the YP user Guide and the Pens. Employer Guide we are giving out in our employer campaigns, providers can take one as a reference only.

    7. May June 2 Ten FM - Virtual Careers Fair Sponsorship Registration (employers) 27/04/08 11/05/08 Open (young people) 11/05/08 25/05/08 Wave 105 FM 19/05/08 15/06/08 2 Ten FM 19/05/08 15/06/08 Hampshire BUS 26/05/08 20/06/08 June July LSC Regional 16/06/08

    8. Apprenticeships Online Systems update Now we are to move on to an update session. A quick overview of system updates A quick overview of To dos and Alerts and what we have learnt from them. How we can manage our sites so that they remain as up to date as possible. Now we are to move on to an update session. A quick overview of system updates A quick overview of To dos and Alerts and what we have learnt from them. How we can manage our sites so that they remain as up to date as possible.

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    10. To dos (What do they mean) 1 When I send a new employer to you that you have requested, or is from an employer lead. You should be aware when this drops into your site, why. 2 When a vacancy does not meet our standards, we send them back with comments, this is where they go. 3 New applications drop in here And so on .. To dos (What do they mean) 1 When I send a new employer to you that you have requested, or is from an employer lead. You should be aware when this drops into your site, why. 2 When a vacancy does not meet our standards, we send them back with comments, this is where they go. 3 New applications drop in here And so on ..

    12. Here is the summary. An idea of what you should be doing to and when to ensure that your system is up to date. Here is the summary. An idea of what you should be doing to and when to ensure that your system is up to date.

    18. NAVMS Gavin Smith LSC Partnership Manager

    19. There is currently no consistent national system or infrastructure to bring together employers who have apprenticeship vacancies with potential apprentices. It is expected that NAMS will be operational by the end of 2008. The implementation of a matching service has been identified as a key driver to increase participation rates in Apprenticeships and meet the aspirations set out in World Class Skills, for 1 in 5 undertaking an Apprenticeship each year by 2020. Currently 1 in 15. There is currently no consistent national system or infrastructure to bring together employers who have apprenticeship vacancies with potential apprentices. It is expected that NAMS will be operational by the end of 2008. The implementation of a matching service has been identified as a key driver to increase participation rates in Apprenticeships and meet the aspirations set out in World Class Skills, for 1 in 5 undertaking an Apprenticeship each year by 2020. Currently 1 in 15.

    20. Background In September 2007 the Prime Minister announced that a country-wide vacancy matching service will be rolled out. On the 28 January 2008 government published their strategy for the future of Apprenticeships in England - World-Class Apprenticeships: Unlocking talent, building skills for all, this can be found at: http://www.dius.gov.uk/publications/world_class_apprenticeships.pdf In September 2007 the Prime Minister announced that a country-wide vacancy matching service would be rolled out in 2008 to match employers having vacancies for apprenticeship with potential apprentices. In the Queens speech of winter 2007 draft legislation was announced to support the increases in the number and quality of apprenticeship places. Indications are that apprenticeship reform legislation will include: 1. A duty on the LSC to provide apprenticeship places; and 2. A duty to facilitate entry to apprenticeship programmes through for example a national matching service. Since September 2007 work has taken place to explore the various models and related procurement options for a national apprenticeship matching service. On the 28 January 2008 government published their strategy for the future of Apprenticeships in England - World-Class Apprenticeships: Unlocking talent, building skills for all this can be found at: http://www.dius.gov.uk/publications/world_class_apprenticeships.pdf In September 2007 the Prime Minister announced that a country-wide vacancy matching service would be rolled out in 2008 to match employers having vacancies for apprenticeship with potential apprentices. In the Queens speech of winter 2007 draft legislation was announced to support the increases in the number and quality of apprenticeship places. Indications are that apprenticeship reform legislation will include: 1. A duty on the LSC to provide apprenticeship places; and 2. A duty to facilitate entry to apprenticeship programmes through for example a national matching service. Since September 2007 work has taken place to explore the various models and related procurement options for a national apprenticeship matching service. On the 28 January 2008 government published their strategy for the future of Apprenticeships in England - World-Class Apprenticeships: Unlocking talent, building skills for all this can be found at: http://www.dius.gov.uk/publications/world_class_apprenticeships.pdf

    21. Purpose To provide a single web based location for high quality and dynamic information on apprenticeships for use by: employers potential apprentices, their parents/guardians learning providers those providing advice To provide powerful management information on all aspects of Apprenticeship recruitment

    22. Purpose To match potential apprentices to employers with vacancies To track candidates and employers progress through the system and identify where intervention is needed To record all apprenticeships and employers offering them More than just a matching system

    23. Vacancy MatchingSystem Overview This system has been procured and will be managed nationally against a national specification. The system is being developed in partnership with Capgemini In the majority of cases the match will be supported by training Providers but the system will also enable employers to input directly onto the system This system has been procured and will be managed nationally against a national specification. The system is being developed in partnership with Capgemini In the majority of cases the match will be supported by training Providers but the system will also enable employers to input directly onto the system

    24. Vacancy MatchingSystem Overview The system will provide powerful management information that will assist for example in the planning of provision, identifying trends and recruitment patterns.The system will provide powerful management information that will assist for example in the planning of provision, identifying trends and recruitment patterns.

    25. Vacancy MatchingSystem Overview

    26. Vacancy MatchingSystem Overview This will be a free service to employers and providersThis will be a free service to employers and providers

    27. Add text on Entitlement Voucher Site information to include: A content rich interactive website that will provide up to date information on Apprenticeships. Selling the benefits of Apprenticeships. Accessible by young people in schools - 12 +. Sector information from SSCs. Job role information from employers. Case studies. Success stories. Pod cast, webinars, video diaries etc. At full registration the candidate will fill in personal information that will be used to populate an application form. The application form can be updated to fit various vacancies that the candidate might want to apply for. There will be an opportunity to attach a CV. Add text on Entitlement Voucher Site information to include: A content rich interactive website that will provide up to date information on Apprenticeships. Selling the benefits of Apprenticeships. Accessible by young people in schools - 12 +. Sector information from SSCs. Job role information from employers. Case studies. Success stories. Pod cast, webinars, video diaries etc. At full registration the candidate will fill in personal information that will be used to populate an application form. The application form can be updated to fit various vacancies that the candidate might want to apply for. There will be an opportunity to attach a CV.

    28. Most providers will already be on the system because of contractual relationship and will therefore enter the system at login stageMost providers will already be on the system because of contractual relationship and will therefore enter the system at login stage

    29. Managing Information Across Partners Linking to other systems where it makes sense to do so such as: Unique Learner Number (ULN) Employer Unique Identifier Provider Information Management Systems (PIMS) Pulling through of information which is relevant to learners, employers and providers such as Skills Accounts and Framework for Excellence MIAP Managing Information Across Partners ULN will act as a passport for accessing learning. Employer Unique Identifier from EDS systemMIAP Managing Information Across Partners ULN will act as a passport for accessing learning. Employer Unique Identifier from EDS system

    30. Access for others Data and statistics will be accessible on demand to key partners including: Local Authorities / Connexions / Schools Employers Jobcentre Plus For the first time all Apprenticeship data will be available in one place. Data in one place will cover employer needs, learner demand and starts via links to ILR software. Links to ILR software will enable batch upload of Apprenticeship starts made outside of a vacancy Data in one place will cover employer needs, learner demand and starts via links to ILR software. Links to ILR software will enable batch upload of Apprenticeship starts made outside of a vacancy

    31. National Apprenticeship Service It is recognised that the system needs to sit within a wider Apprenticeship Support structure. The new National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) will provide this structure. National Apprenticeship Service will be fully functional by April 2009 to : take end-to-end responsibility for Apprenticeships be a separate and distinct service within the LSC operate at national and sub-regional level Central to the Governments proposals is new, focused leadership for the Apprenticeship programme through the creation of a new National Apprenticeship Service The NAS will bring together a wide range of services and operations which are currently dispersed among a range of agencies The NAS will have end-to-end responsibility for the Apprenticeship programme, including ultimate accountability for the national delivery targets In the immediate future the NAS will be formed as a separate and distinct service within the LSC The NAS will operate both at national and sub-regional level and will have a significant dedicated field force to undertake the role outlined above on the slideCentral to the Governments proposals is new, focused leadership for the Apprenticeship programme through the creation of a new National Apprenticeship Service The NAS will bring together a wide range of services and operations which are currently dispersed among a range of agencies The NAS will have end-to-end responsibility for the Apprenticeship programme, including ultimate accountability for the national delivery targets In the immediate future the NAS will be formed as a separate and distinct service within the LSC The NAS will operate both at national and sub-regional level and will have a significant dedicated field force to undertake the role outlined above on the slide

    32. National Apprenticeship Service NAS will provide a dedicated field force: to complement the skills brokerage service to work with employers and Apprentices from initial interest to completion and progression to help careers guidance staff in schools and colleges to manage relationships with other stakeholders, including Local Authorities and Sector Skills Councils

    33. NAS and Vacancy Matching The Vacancy Matching System will be a critical resource to support the work of NAS by providing: A consistent matching process, used by all employers and providers Management information to support planning of the Apprenticeship offer Tracking and monitoring to enable the right support at the right time to the right person Information to support the September Guarantee

    34. Challenges Meeting all expectations Preserving providers employer data Complementing employers and providers own systems Maximising MIAP to minimise multiple keying Links to other systems Timescale Links to other systems refers to Area Wide Prospectus and common application form.Links to other systems refers to Area Wide Prospectus and common application form.

    35. Timetable Stakeholders: DIUS DCSF LSC regional and national NES Apprenticeships Ambassadors Network Association Learning Providers Association of Colleges Employers / employer groups (Chambers of Commerce, Federation of Small Businesses, Business Link, DTI) Skills Brokers Training Providers Candidates Local Authorities / 14-19 Consortia / Connexions / Next Step / schools Jobcentre Plus Sector Skills Councils RDAs User testing will include: Providers Employers Candidates Support Service Trial Regions: South East South West East of EnglandStakeholders: DIUS DCSF LSC regional and national NES Apprenticeships Ambassadors Network Association Learning Providers Association of Colleges Employers / employer groups (Chambers of Commerce, Federation of Small Businesses, Business Link, DTI) Skills Brokers Training Providers Candidates Local Authorities / 14-19 Consortia / Connexions / Next Step / schools Jobcentre Plus Sector Skills Councils RDAs User testing will include: Providers Employers Candidates Support Service Trial Regions: South East South West East of England

    36. Any Questions?