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Three Million Careers: Making the apprenticeship levy work

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Learning and Work Institute calling for an Apprentice Premium In our new paper Three Million Careers: Making the apprenticeship levy work Learning and Work Institute is calling for an Apprentice Premium, similar to Pupil Premium, to ensure there is additional funding supports high quality training for disadvantaged young people. L&W also calls for full funding…

Equality Analysis: Apprenticeship funding policy from May 2017

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This publication provides an Equality Analysis of the funding policy for apprenticeships in England, due to be introduced from May 2017, when employers start to pay the apprenticeship levy. It has been produced in line with the Public Sector Equality Duty, which came into force on 5 April 2011 to demonstrate that we are paying…

Looked After Young People and Care Leavers Toolkit

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Learning and Work Institute Launching Looked After Young People and Care Leavers Toolkit in Wales At present, looked after children have a 46% attainment rate at Key Stage 3 – compared to the average of all children which is 81%. 40% of 19-year-old care leavers are not in education, employment or training (NEET). The Welsh…

Identities Matters

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Employers discuss the important role identities plays in modern businesses. Recorded from the livestream of the SFA-funded Festival of Identities 2016 from the John Lyon Theatre at City Lit, London on 10/11 May 2016. NB the recording includes live closed captions.

Mathematical Identities

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In this recording from the Festival of #Identities livestream on 11 May 2016 at City Lit, Kelly Pickard-Smith presents ‘Mathematical Identities’ the stand-up routine in which she presents insights from her PhD research. Her routine was a sell-out at the international science festival: ‘Pint of Science’ 2015. Health warning: (the only one of the festival)…

Embedding Equalities support from The FE Providers’ Equality Network

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The recording of the Spring to Equalities webinar by Alex Baghurst, Coordinator of The FE Providers’ Equality Network, on 6 May 2016, entitled: Embedding Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) support from The FE Providers’ Equality Network In this session Alex: • Outlined what the FE Providers’ Network is and how this free support can help…

Succeeding at College – Supporting young people with autism

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The recording of the Spring to Equalities webinar by Yola Jacobsen, Head of Projects at Ambitious about Autism on 5 May 2016, entitled: Succeeding at College: Supporting young people with autism to go to college and achieve Fewer than one in four young people with autism access any form of education once they leave school.  Ambitious about…

Developing A College Values Strategy

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Presentation slides from the Spring to Equalities webinar by Dr John Wise on 17 March 2016, entitled: SMSC: Developing A College Values Strategy. You can view the recording of the webinar on our YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/yMUOwv5ufYo

Apprenticeships Work For Us

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Apprenticeships and traineeships are flagship programmes in the skills policy agenda but there is one cohort of potential apprentices who are missing out – people with learning disabilities. Armed with their EDIF grant, Twisting Ducks, a social enterprise theatre group of people with learning disabilities in Newcastle-upon-Tyne set out in October 2013 to address this gap. We…