The ESFA has launched a new and complex approach to apprenticeship intervention, no longer just relying on an Ofsted or relatively low achievement rates. The Accountability Framework is a basket of 10 ‘indicators’, determined primarily by calculations applied to the provider ILR data.
So, the data that providers submit to the ESFA will determine, based on these new ‘indicators’, whether the ESFA makes an intervention – which could include contract termination.
In this webinar, Nick will unpack and unpick the Accountability Framework and the data and calculations that determine the 10 indicators.
To stay out of intervention, you need to understand how the Framework applies calculations to your data. Protect yourself and your reputation!
It’s very practical training with lots of worked examples (for training providers, colleges, HEIs and employer providers).
So join Nick Linford, author of the Complete Guide to Funding Apprenticeships and director of Apprenticeship Data Insights, for this technical and in depth workshop.
1. Summary of shift from MLs to AF
2. Dashboard (AAFD)and quality indicators on the ESFA’s Analyse FE Data tool
3. The achievement , retention and withdrawal rate calculations
4. The employer and apprentice rating calculations
5. Off The Job data and threshold
6. Learners past planned end date and breaks in learning
7. End-point assessment org data
8. How AF feeds into ESFA intervention
9. Strategies to manage ILR data quality (including timeliness) to stay out of intervention
Here’s some feedback from previous workshops:
Karen Murphy-Ryan, Head of Apprenticeship Delivery from Coventry College wrote: “As usual extremely informative and well worth attending”
Jacqui McIntosh, Apprenticeship BDM from VTCT wrote: “Good event, Nick was very informative and gave great advice, with regards to funding and the issues around funding.”
Dean Craggs, MIS Consultant from FE Associates wrote: “Excellent. It informed me of the key points I need to know regarding apprenticeship funding. very useful and highly recommended.”
These 2.5hr technical commercial ‘expert’ webinars cost £150 + VAT (£95 + VAT for Gold Members) per registration, which will include the materials and recording.