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    • Ofqual consultation event – Have your say 3 rd December 2010
    • Time of Change: Ofqual
          • Ofqual: new regulator
          • Officially created eight months ago
          • Confirmed by the Government in DfE White Paper and in BIS strategy documents
          • Currently concentrating on three aspects of our work
          • - the way we regulate awarding organisations
          • - our role as an economic regulator
          • - our role in complaints and appeals
          • Today is for you to have your say.
    • Regulating qualifications to secure standards and value
          • Why regulate?
          • What are we regulating?
          • How will we regulate?
          • What does this mean for you?
    • Why we regulate
    • What we regulate
    • Regulating in a time of change
          • Better principles for regulation
            • Transparent
            • Targeted
            • Consistent
            • Accountable
            • Proportionate
    • Our principles for regulation
          • We will:-
            • Act in accordance with the principles of better regulation
            • Base our decisions on evidence
            • Target our interventions in response to our assessment of risk posed to standards, learners, efficiency and public confidence
            • Make sure our staff have the skills and knowledge to undertaken their roles
            • Engage with each organisation we regulate in a fair and open manner
            • Use proportionate enforcement sanctions where necessary
            • Contribute evidence-based advice on policy options that affect regulated activities and organisations
    • Our principles for regulation
          • Awarding organisations will:-
            • Make sure they behave in accordance with the conditions of recognition to which it is subject, and that it has the expertise and resources to do so
            • Be accountable for the quality and standards of the qualifications it awards and the efficiency with which it operates
            • Respect our role as a regulator and cooperate with us
            • Take remedial action if things go wrong and ensure we are informed promptly
    • Recognition criteria
          • Governance
          • Resources
          • Operations
          • Quality assurance
          • Financial viability
          • Efficiency
    • Recognition conditions
    • Secure efficiency and value for money
    • Securing standards
    • Authority with complaints and appeals
    • Your views
          • Ask, challenge, discuss
            • Us to you
            • You to us
          • We aren’t looking for formal answers today
            • Ideas
            • Themes
            • Opinions
    • Ofqual consultation event – Have your say 3 rd December 2010
    • Thank you!
          • Any questions?
    • What next?
          • Consultations close on 31 January 2011
          • Review of responses
          • Final report
          • Roll out of new processes from April