E2E/Foundation Learning Workshop Friday 8 January 2010 Presented to: Providers of E2E & Foundation Learning By: LSC Young People’s Learning Division. Welcome. E2E transfer to Local Authorities. 01. E2E Transfer to Local Authorities (1). Apprenticeship, Children, Skills & Learning Act:
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Friday 8 January 2010
Presented to: Providers of E2E & Foundation Learning By: LSC Young People’s Learning Division
An overview & update
1. What does the Foundation Learning ( FL) aim to do ?
2. How will the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) work?
3. What do FL programmes look like?
4. How do we build our first FL offer?
5. Where do we go for additional information?
Facilitate flexibleaccreditation and
Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF)
GCSE /A-Level /
14-19 Reform Programme
Level 2 and highervocational qualifications
Functional skills inEnglish, mathematics and ICT
Selection and induction of appropriatelearners
Personalised learning programme
QCA Effective Practice Principles (14-16)
LSC Provider Requirements (16-18)
14-19 national suites
Information Advice and Guidance
QCF qualifications can include units at the level above, or below the level of the qualification.
Entry Level 3 Qualification
Entry Level 3
Entry Level 2
Brief IAG teams to identify learners suited to your first FL based programmes.
Bring together an FL implementation group.
Produce an FL implementation plan and CPD programme for staff.
Use the FL qualifications catalogue to identify appropriate QCF qualifications for accrediting vocational and PSD learning.
How do we build ourfirst FL offer? (1)
Where possible replace Key Skills and adult literacy and numeracy qualifications with functional skills for 16-19 learners.
Consider the flexibility offered by some of the employability type qualifications that can accredit PSD and vocational taster type learning.
Consider the benefits of a cross-centre approach to accrediting PSD.
Ensure your FL offer reflects the entry criteria for your level 2 programmes, these may need to be revised.
How do we build ourfirst FL offer? (2)
The FL qualifications catalogue hyperlinks to theNational Database of Accredited Qualification (NDAQ)
16-18 offer, part of 14-19 entitlement
16 –18 Budget
Provision funded through strategic commissioning without in/end-year reconciliation
Apprenticeships (funded through employer-responsive model)
Train to Gain service: TTG funds, NVQs in workplace; Apprenticeships 19+ (funded through employer responsive model)
Provision funded through strategic commissioning with in/end-year reconciliation
Modes of Delivery
Certificate in Work Skills (E3)
[16-18 Learner Responsive: £2,920 in 2009/10]
[Area Cost; Programme Weighting; Disadvantage; Success Factor;
Short Programme Modifier; Long Term Residential/Care Standards]
20% Success Rate
75% Success Rate