With SASE framework withdrawal completing on the 31st July 2020, there are now less than six months to go until all English apprenticeships move on to apprenticeship Standards. If you’re wondering how (or even if) this applies to your apprenticeship training, worry not. We’re here to explain what’s happening and what you need to know. … Continue reading SASE Framework Withdrawal – Are You Ready?
Do you have any experience of training in either Social Marketing or Cleaning & Support Services? If so, we need your input for the next stage of NOS consultations. Instructus Skills and Skills Development Scotland are working together to review the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for these disciplines to ensure that learners are developing the … Continue reading NOS Consultations – Feedback Needed for Phase 2
Further education has seen a raft of changes over the last few years, and 2020 looks set to herald a few more. With a new decade now underway we’re here with your primer to apprenticeships over the next 12 months. From legislation to awards, we want to help you make the most of the Further … Continue reading Your Guide to Apprenticeships in 2020
You may think that SASE framework withdrawal sounds complicated, but in practice it should have little affect on your business. So what does it mean? SASE frameworks were the main curriculum of apprenticeship frameworks in England. Following apprenticeship reform the Education Skills & Funding Agency (ESFA) has replaced these frameworks with new, employer-led Standards. These … Continue reading SASE Framework Withdrawal: What You Need to Know
Instructus Skills have been commissioned to undertake reviews of the Scottish Modern Apprenticeship Management framework at levels 3, 4 and 5 – and to do so accurately we need your feedback. If you are an employer, training provider, sector body or union involved in the delivery of these frameworks, we would like to hear from … Continue reading Modern Apprenticeship Framework Review: Management