The Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) is the leading trade association for vocational learning and employment providers in Britain. The majority of its 770 members are independent, private, not-for-profit and voluntary sector training and employment services organisations. Membership is open to any provider committed to quality provision and it includes over 40 FE colleges involved in work based learning. AELP members deliver over 70% of England’s 872,000 apprenticeships, and are also at the forefront of Work Programme, Traineeship and Study Programme delivery.
Initial Results from @AELPUK Member Provider Survey (as of 25 March 2020)
After the DfE announcement of 23 March on apprenticeships, 279 providers of all types responded to the AELP impact survey by the end of 25 March.
@AELPUK advice on providing training to furloughed apprentices
We have received a significant number of requests for advice on whether training can continue for apprentices who have been furloughed – i.e. where government contributes 80% of the apprentice’s wages and apprentices must not undertake any work during that time.
#EPA - END POINT ASSESSMENT ACTIONS REQUIRED BY THE START OF NEXT WEEK (COMMENCING 23 MARCH 2020)
It has reached a point where there are now two options for the Department for Education to ensure the survival of the End Point Assessment system during the Covid-19 crisis, say the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP).
In response to the #Coronavirus pandemic, The Association of Employment and Learning Providers @AELPUK has submitted to the DfE and Treasury a list of major actions and other flexibilities which need to be taken to safeguard apprenticeship and skills provision during the pandemic. The three most important measures needed without any further delay are:
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