Articles from Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)

AELP: £8.6bn skills package needed to boost the post-pandemic economy

@AELPUK : An additional £8.6bn skills package needed to boost the post-pandemic economy

AELP will no longer pursue legal action against the Department for Education

@AELPUK statement regarding legal advice on Cabinet Office guidance PPN 02/20 Following careful consideration by its Board, the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) has decided that it will not pursue legal action against the Department for Education in relation to Procurement Policy Note 02/20: Supplier relief due to COVID-19, published by the Cabinet Office on 20 March 2020.

First set of pandemic apprenticeship data showing a huge fall: Training providers comment after PM's statement

@AELPUK respond to Official data published this morning shows that have been 13,020 apprenticeship starts reported to date between 23 March and 30 April 2020, fewer than the 26,330 reported for this period at this point last year

AELP responds to Prime Minister’s statement on apprenticeships and Labour’s letter to the Education Secretary

@AELPUK The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) has called on the Department for Education to intervene and ensure that the country’s apprenticeship training provider infrastructure remains in place as part of the post-pandemic recovery plan.

Jane Hickie takes over as MD of AELP as Mark Dawe steps down

It was announced today that Mark Dawe, chief executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP), will be leaving AELP in mid-August to take up a new role within the skills sector.

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KEEPING APPRENTICES ENGAGED...AND FUNDED

Overview In these difficult times it is really important that training providers work with their employers to keep as many apprentices as possible...

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