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D2N2 Provider Charter. Bobby Upple 7 July 2014. D2N2 is committed to greater employer ownership and leadership of the skills and training system Provision needs to be demand-led, destination-driven, and delivered by high-quality, responsive local providers. Why?.

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D2n2 provider charter

D2N2 Provider Charter

Bobby Upple

7 July 2014


D2N2 is committed to greater employer ownership and leadership of the skills and training system

Provision needs to be demand-led, destination-driven, and delivered by high-quality, responsive local providers

Why?


C leadership of the skills and training systemommitment from all D2N2 providers to support the delivery of the LEP “Skills for Growth” Strategy

Actions and activities that support priority Sector Skills Action Plans –the specific sectoral asks, and the generic cross-cutting needs

What?


Key activities

June leadership of the skills and training system – SFA data-cube analysis, locality reports

July – Interpretation and translation of skills and employment prospectus

August – Stakeholder/provider engagement – analysis, dissemination, review

September/October – Drafting/production

November – Sign-off

Provider Advisory Board – July,

September, November

Key Activities


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