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The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019

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Christopher Jones, HMI Specialist Adviser, Apprenticeships, spoke at this conference; here are his slides.

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The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019

  1. 1. Monitoring provider standards and the quality of apprenticeship delivery The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 1
  2. 2. Today’s session  inspection  ensuring effective development of knowledge, skills and behaviours  measuring achievement and progression  what does outstanding ‘off-the-job’ training look like? The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 2
  3. 3. Evaluating curriculum quality Intent, implementation and impact on a continuum Curriculum offer Curriculum content: choices and sequencing Progress: knowing and remembering more… getting jobs Slide 3 Leaders’ intent for whole provision Subject/phase intent Subject/phase implementation Impact The ‘three Is’ are a useful thinking framework. Piloting has shown that it is crucial to understand how leaders’ curriculum intent is realised through implementation and impact on learners. The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019
  4. 4. Focused curriculum review – how does it look? The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 4 Provider strategic intent/leadership and management Apprenticeships Standard Standard Education for young people Study programmes Traineeships
  5. 5.  the focused curriculum reviews form the basis of inspection activity  lead inspectors select subjects/vocational areas for case study and agree these with providers  almost all evidence emerges from the FCR activity – including evidence about personal development and behaviour and attendance, ‘Prevent’, British values, safeguarding implementation and the extent to which learners feel safe and know how to stay safe  probably need to retain three or four L&M meetings – safeguarding, governance, top-level outcomes, high-level strategy  Lead inspector monitors incoming evidence and directs activity  KiTs each morning rather than team meetings… nominee role reduced… The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 5 Impact of focused curriculum review on inspection
  6. 6. Inspection activity Piloting has shown it is important to connect these activities. Many inspectors will be doing these things at the same time – gathering evidence about intent, implementation and impact. The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 6 A typical focused curriculum review (order can be varied)  brief meeting: senior leaders’ understanding of intent, implementation and impact at strategic level (probably all inspectors)  brief meeting with curriculum/provision type leader: to explore ‘local’ curriculum intent and planning  visits to learning environment, usually with staff member/leader  work scrutiny in that environment (alongside teacher/assessor and/or senior leaders)  talking with apprentices about their learning, their understanding of their curriculum  meeting with teachers observed (individually or as a group) to discuss content and andragogical choices and sequencing  brief meeting with curriculum/provision type lead to discuss outcomes/destinations
  7. 7. Knowledge, skills and behaviours The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 7
  8. 8. Curriculum and knowledge, skills and behaviours The learner’s learning at the heart of the system Framework or standard ProviderEmployer AL C Slide 8 AL – apprentice/learner C – curriculum
  9. 9. Inspection and knowledge, skills and behaviours Inspecting the apprentices’ learning at the heart of the system Inspector ApprenticeTeacher K S B curriculum activity in learning environment Slide 9 K – knowledge S – skills B – behaviours
  10. 10. Measuring achievement and progression The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 10
  11. 11. Measuring progress and achievement Apprenticeships: Progress, progress, progress Slide 11 End-point assessment Gateway assessment Challenging milestones Plan the curriculum Initial assessment
  12. 12. Outstanding off-the-job training? The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 12
  13. 13. EIF: outstanding quality of education The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 13 For the quality of education of a provider to be judged outstanding, the provider must meet all the criteria for a good quality of education securely and consistently. In addition, the following criteria must apply: Intent  The provider’s curriculum intent is strong. Through the provider and its subcontractors, teachers have a firm and common understanding of the intended curriculum and what it means for their practice. Implementation  The provider’s implementation of the curriculum is consistently strong across all parts of the provider, including its subcontracted provision, and for learners with SEND, including those who have high needs. Teaching and training are of a high quality and training activities contribute well to delivering the curriculum intent.  The work that learners do over time embodies consistently demanding curriculum goals and matches the aims of the curriculum in being coherently planned and sequenced towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge and skills for future learning and employment. Impact  The impact of the taught curriculum is strong. Learners acquire and develop high-quality skills and produce work of a consistently high standard.
  14. 14. Thank you! The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 14
  15. 15. Ofsted on the web and on social media www.gov.uk/ofsted https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk www.linkedin.com/company/ofsted www.youtube.com/ofstednews www.slideshare.net/ofstednews www.twitter.com/ofstednews The Apprenticeships Conference April 2019 Slide 15

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