Manchester Workshop 3 Integrated Workforce Development Diane Evans And Ariane Hoppler

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A presentation given at one of the National Youth Agency's regional events on the Governments new ten yearyouth strategy, called "Aiming High". …

A presentation given at one of the National Youth Agency's regional events on the Governments new ten yearyouth strategy, called "Aiming High".



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  • 1. Diane Evans Development Officer: Workforce Development/ETS [email_address] Integrated Workforce Planning Ariane Hoppler Development Officer: Workforce Development/ETS [email_address]
  • 2. Main Aims for Workforce Development
      • To coordinate and strengthen the skills of the workforce
      • Encouraging more people into the workforce
      • Create a leadership and management initiative to support the development of shared skills
      • supporting the training needs of the third sector
  • 3. Local implications
      • Workforce development should be part of the Children and Young Peoples plan
      • Workforce strategies are expected to address the needs of the whole sector
      • Strategies should be developed through the participation of users
  • 4. The wider policy context
    • The Children and Young People’s Workforce Strategy
    • Common Core of Skills
    • Integrated Qualifications Framework
  • 5. The wider European context
    • The UK’s commitment to the Bologna declaration
    • UK qualifications need to be compatible with frameworks across Europe
    • Exploration of successful concepts of integrated training as taught across continental Europe
  • 6. Discussion Focus for Today's Workshop
      • Leadership and Management
      • Recruitment and Retention
      • Capacity Issues in the Third Sector
      • A Common Platform of Skills and Training