International Skills Development. Presented by Andrew Barlow International Skills Development Manager. Key Features. INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER OF STANDARDS. International Transfer of Standards. In four stages the project will: Derive international standards
International Skills Development Manager
INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER OF STANDARDS
In four stages the project will:
Derive international standards
consult with key UK stakeholders and international partners
Apply the international standards to units of credit and other validation
Review and refine all aspects of those pilot programmes
The particular strength of the project lies in its committed
The WorldSkills community of experts, technical delegates, and
The UK’s respected WorldSkills training managers and international
Committed UK employers both large and small
Technical specialists in both sectors and the elements
Technical specialists (national and international)
Employers across a wide range of sectors and at local and a national level.
Professional & employer bodies
Sector Skills Councils
The National Apprenticeship Service
Private Providers / FE Partners
Key project staff Have now been recruited
Project Director: Sally Messenger, previously a very senior
and highly respected manager at C&G.
Project Manager: Charles Anderson who has just retired as
the Vice-Principal of Stratford Upon Avon College..
The duration of the project is two years and 10 months from
Establishment to conclusion.
The project stages are as follows:
February-April 2012: Project set up
May 2012-January 2013: WP1 Design
January-August 2013: WP2 Dissemination and Preparation
September 2013-August 2014: WP3 Credits and Programme Inception
September 2014- November 2015 WP4 Embedding and Consolidation
December 2015 Project conclusion