14-19

Students aged 14 to 19 in colleges study a wide range of qualifications. These include A Levels, vocational and work-based programmes such as traineeships and apprenticeships. We represent members to national policymakers to develop this area.

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  • Education Policy Briefing 18/18

    This week's Education Policy Briefing includes Colleges Careers Guidance and Destinations Data Good Practice Guide, Industry Placement workshops , Staff Individualised Record (SIR) return, New Non-Levy deal struck with CITB, New grants launched to explore how students could support staff in their understanding and use of learning technologies, Supported internships survey, EpiPens shortage information, New Carer’s Allowance posters for colleges, and using campus chatbots and IBM Watson Assistant
    Published: 

    18 Oct 2018

  • Campaigns 01/18

    Welcome to the first campaigns briefing - the place to find the latest information on our active campaigns.This week's briefing includes Love Our Colleges campaign launch, new campaign website, press coverage so far and what we need from you.
    Published: 

    21 Sep 2018

  • Education Policy Briefing 17/18

    This week's Education Policy Briefing includes End-point assessment organisation information in the ILR, submission deadline for external assurance on subcontracting controls certificates by providers and employer-providers delivering adult provision, Funding claims 2017 to 2018 year-end claim, 16 to 19 Bursary Fund (bursary for vulnerable groups) academic year 2018 to 2019, Jisc Digital experience insights survey 2018 report, AoC Apprenticeship Conference
    Published: 

    13 Sep 2018

  • Education Policy Briefing 16/18

    This week's Education Policy Briefing includes AS and A Level results update, End-Point Assessment Organisation information in the ILR and Youth Voice Census.
    Published: 

    16 Aug 2018

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