Regulatory Operations
Jane Farleigh
May 2014
Overview
• Key themes from today
• How we regulate now
• Regulatory strategy
• Our expectations of you
• What you can expe...
Key themes from today
• Ofqual’s regulatory strategy
• What I’ve observed from today’s event:
- Malpractice
- Event notifi...
How we regulate now
• Tier 4 thematic review
• Statement of compliance
• Monitoring activity, investigation and targeted
e...
Regulatory strategy
• QCF review
• Accreditation and recognition
• Systems – RITS
• Risk-based approach
Regulation in balance
1. Advice and guidance to ensure
clarity of requirements
2. Risk basis to focus regulatory
activity
...
Overview of Key Changes
Advice
and
Guidance
Validity Refocused Regulatory Activity Simplified
Framework &
Better
Informati...
Our expectations of you
We expect you to review your qualification offer so that
you can ….
• retain those that are valid ...
• Regulating through the lifecycle of qualifications
• More advice and guidance
• Strengthening regulation
• More engageme...
Thank you!
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Regulatory operations

  1. 1. Regulatory Operations Jane Farleigh May 2014
  2. 2. Overview • Key themes from today • How we regulate now • Regulatory strategy • Our expectations of you • What you can expect from us
  3. 3. Key themes from today • Ofqual’s regulatory strategy • What I’ve observed from today’s event: - Malpractice - Event notifications - Whistleblowing
  4. 4. How we regulate now • Tier 4 thematic review • Statement of compliance • Monitoring activity, investigation and targeted enforcement • Our approach
  5. 5. Regulatory strategy • QCF review • Accreditation and recognition • Systems – RITS • Risk-based approach
  6. 6. Regulation in balance 1. Advice and guidance to ensure clarity of requirements 2. Risk basis to focus regulatory activity 3. Enforcement to send clear signals and change behaviours 1 2 3 Advice and Guidance PenaltiesChecks
  7. 7. Overview of Key Changes Advice and Guidance Validity Refocused Regulatory Activity Simplified Framework & Better Information Powerful Incentives Recognition Accreditation volumes Monitoring & Enforcement - Ensure our policy intent is understood - All qualifications must have validity argument - At the heart of regulation of qualifications - For new bodies - Risk based for new offerings - High stakes - Sanction - Adopt sampling within routine audits - Risk and random - Through the life-cycle - Visible enforcement - Change QCF - More accessible information made available to users about qualifications - Strengthen use of visible incentives - Public admonishment of poor practice - Public celebration and pointing to good practice
  8. 8. Our expectations of you We expect you to review your qualification offer so that you can …. • retain those that are valid and reliable • revise those that are valued but need improvement • remove those that are neither valued nor valid
  9. 9. • Regulating through the lifecycle of qualifications • More advice and guidance • Strengthening regulation • More engagement What you can expect from us
  10. 10. Thank you! Please respond to the survey so we can continue to offer these events and make them useful for you

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