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Entry to Employment (E2E) Preparing for Implementation. Senior Programme Manager (Special Learning Needs). Chris Lockwood. What is E2E?. New learning programme for young people Starts August 2003 Replaces Life Skills, Preparatory Training and NVQ Learning at level 1

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what is e2e
What is E2E?
  • New learning programme for young people
  • Starts August 2003
  • Replaces Life Skills, Preparatory Training and NVQ Learning at level 1
  • Pre-employment programme with progression to Modern Apprenticeships, employment, further education and training
what is e2e1
What is E2E?
  • Full time provision on the work based learning route
  • Overarching framework with flexible programmes geared to local need
  • Building block to progression at level 2
who is e2e for
Who is E2E for?
  • Young people not yet ready to enter modern apprenticeships or other employment directly and would benefit from a variety of support in a work based environment
  • Young people who have/are in danger of becoming disaffected or disengaged from education and training
  • Young people currently on Life Skills, Preparatory Training, NVQ Learning at level 1
contribution to key lsc objectives
Contribution to key LSC objectives
  • Reducing the numbers of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) by 10% by November 2004
  • Improving retention and achievement in WBL
  • Increasing the participation rate at 16 - 18 i.e. 80% of 16-18 year olds to be in structured learning
  • Increasing the number of adults at basic skills level 2
  • Increasing the number of young people achieving a level 1 on route to a level 2/3
how long will a young person spend on e2e
How long will a young person spend on E2E?
  • Not a fixed length programme
  • Flexible - designed to meet individual needs
  • 16 - 30 hours attendance
  • In some circumstances 8 hours attendance
training allowances and bonus payments
Training Allowances and Bonus Payments
  • Minimum allowance of £40 per week for attendance of 16 hours or more. Should part time be agreed of 8-16 hours minimum of £20 per week
  • Employers encouraged to top up this allowance above the minimum to reflect the learner’s contribution to productivity
  • Learners to be reimbursed in full for necessary expenses incurred to overcome barriers to participation on E2E
  • A discretionary bonus on entering E2E
  • A discretionary bonus on progression from E2E to structured education, training or employment
stage 1 referral and recruitment
Stage 1 - Referral and Recruitment

Four potential sources

  • Connexions
  • Provider direct
  • Support agencies
  • Outreach work
stage 2 initial assessment induction
Stage 2 - Initial Assessment & Induction
  • Initial Assessment establishes starting point
  • Dual role - Connexions and providers
  • Lasts up to 8 weeks
  • Initial assessment outcomes captured in individual development plan
  • Supported by E2E activity plan
  • Induction at entry and early stages
  • Delivered in ‘bite size’ chunks
stage 3 e2e curriculum
Stage 3 - E2E Curriculum
  • Three interdependent core strands

- Basic and Key Skills

- Vocational skills and development

- Personal and social development

  • Each strand introduced as appropriate with natural movement across
  • Range of learning activities
  • Range of schemes of work
stage 4 reviewing learner progress
Stage 4 - Reviewing learner progress
  • Formally reviewed every 2-4 weeks according to need
  • Review overall progress and progress since last review
  • Learning and support requirements identified
  • Targets set and achievement plans agreed
  • Learner Activity plan updated
  • Involves all those contributing to the learner’s programme
stage 5 accreditation of learning
Stage 5 - Accreditation of Learning
  • Accredited routes
  • Non-accredited routes
  • All learning recorded
  • Appropriate to individual needs
stage 6 progression and aftercare
Stage 6 - Progression and Aftercare
  • Achievement certificate
  • Four key progression routes

- Employment with training

- Employment

- Modern Apprenticeships

- Further Education

  • Aftercare support to ensure successful transition
key partners in implementing e2e
Key Partners in implementing E2E
  • Providers
  • Local LSC
  • Local Connexions Service
  • Local support agencies e.g. Youth Offending Teams, Social Services
  • Local employers
  • Establishment of formal partnerships
  • Agree respective roles and responsibilities of partners in relation to the E2E learning cycle
funding of e2e
Funding of E2E
  • National weekly rate £176
  • Contribute to providers’ fixed costs of having places available - planned places payment - profiled monthly - once paid not reconciled
  • Contribute to providers’ variable costs e.g. allowances, expenses and learner bonuses - in learning payment - profiled monthly - paid on profile and reconciliation based on numbers in learning each Monday. ALN/ASN is not applicable in E2E.
  • To incentivise achievement of qualifications and progression to positive destinations - provider bonuses - 1 achievement and 1 qualification bonus
3 part funding arrangements
3 part funding arrangements

Planned places payment

70% of the weekly rate - £123

In learning payment

26% of the weekly rate - £46

Provider bonuses

4% of the weekly rate = total of £155

carry over learners
Carry over learners
  • All learners who are on Life Skills or Preparatory Learning and those who were aged 16-18 on starting an NVQ 1 at the end of 2002/03 continue to work towards their learning plan until they complete it, provided that this is before the end of the 2003/04 contract year.
  • For administrative and funding purposes carry over learners will be treated as E2E and providers will therefore receive funding at E2E rates.
measuring provider performance
Measuring Provider Performance
  • Referral to start time and ratio
  • Actual length of stay
  • % of positive outcomes
  • % Level 1s
  • % completing their Learning Plan
useful information sources
Useful Information Sources
  • The Entry to Employment Prospectus
  • The E2E Exemplar Learning Cycle
  • The E2E outline evaluation instrument
  • A working glossary of terms used
  • A simple factsheet on E2E
  • First steps to effective practice in E2E
  • E2E case studies
  • E2Einfo@lsc.gov.uk
  • Developing Good Practice and Guidance in the Learning Gateway and Life Skills, Connexions Service National Unit, 2002
support for providers
Support for providers
  • LSDA contracted by LSC NO to provide support to providers
  • Programme based on an analysis of the Provider Skills Audit Survey carried out by LSDA
  • Provider support network events
  • Provider events
  • Teaching and learning materials
  • Consultancy service answering specific provider needs
  • Success for All – E2E one of first four curriculum areas – teaching and learning frameworks
provider actions
Provider actions
  • Familiarise yourself with all key documentation
  • Seek to get involved in local E2E partnerships
  • Map current provision against E2E learning cycle
  • Identify strengths, weaknesses, development areas and draw up development plan - see First steps to effective practice in E2E Prospectus
  • Talk to other providers and the LLSC if you feel that you cannot provide a comprehensive E2E programme
  • Prepare submission for local LSC
contracting model
Contracting Model

London South is exploring the potential for:

  • Contracting with one organisation to manage E2E
  • Need for a more effective structure
  • Information/Advice/Support/Guidance
  • A Managing Agent
  • Management Fee
  • Tender document