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The Current Skills Sector Landscape (brought to you by Straplan)

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Straplan is a business management and consulting agency.

We have put together a presentation about the current skills sector landscape, and how it can affect us all- from the information obtained by Stuart Pyle (of Straplan).

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The Current Skills Sector Landscape (brought to you by Straplan)

  1. 1. The Current Skills Sector Landscape, & How it Affects Us All As described by Stuart Pyle from ‘Straplan’
  2. 2. About STUART • MBA MIOD FIRP. Director of Straplan Limited • Successfully motivating “change” only occurs when buy-in is absolute, and everyone is involved and accountable. • Fear is overcome and there is total clarity of vision and purpose. • It is my long held belief that “Change“ is not prescribed it is evoked. • Evoking change’ requires the engagement of individuals and groups through the art of conversation and questions to initiate thought and develop collaborative inclusive and owned solutions.
  3. 3. UPDATE EFA & SFA merged to become ESFA Non DAS Apprenticeship Register cancelled and a New Levy only RoATP to be launched in July Transitional Apprenticeship Contracts for existing primes Levy Employer registration with SFA at 20% 10% Employer contribution now a reality New guidance on the 20% off the job training rules Mandatory training for apprentice training providers for Levy employers AGE grants still due to finish in July 2017. AEB results were due end of June but remain outstanding Removal of subcontracted Advance Learning Loans & no new tender opportunity. Register of Apprentice Assessment Organisations RoAAO still low and not all subjects covered. 20% of standards will have a mandatory QCF for others it may be a recommendation or not at all.
  4. 4. CHALLENGES Removal of subcontracting opportunities for Advance Learning Loans Apprenticeship Reform and the introduction of Standards Levy-employer engagement – 10% Employer contribution – 20% off the job training End Point Assessment – Loss of control over examination process – Associated costs of EPA from training fees – Organisation of EPA bookings – Re-test processes – Quality of learning delivery
  5. 5. OPPORTUNITIES ESF Programmes with Primes with severe shortfalls No contract limits for Levy employers Levy employer approved supplier lists Potential of Collaborative Strategic Alliances & Partnerships
  6. 6. PRIORITY #2: Create Value • Develop new more impactful programmes of learning that develop skills & knowledge that produce workplace productivity and competency. • To create value in the mind of the employer learning must deliver business impact. • To meet the criteria for End Point Assessment • To raise the competency of delivery staff Off the Job Training in Numbers A person working 37.5 hours per week with 4 wks holiday works 1800 hours per year. 20% is 360 hours per year Opportunity cost @ £3.50p/h = £1260.00 @ £7.30p/h = £2628.00 Objective of priority 1) To support engagement of levy employers 2) To achieve 1st time pass on EPA 3) To promote recognition as a strategic partner of choice 4) To raise the competency of delivery staff 5) To meet compliance requirements & Ofsted best practice.
  7. 7. PRIORITY #2: Diversify  Develop a wider portfolio of services  ESF contracts  E-learning platforms  Local council opportunities  Traineeships & Sector Based Work Academies  DWP Work & Health via primes  DWP Work Related Services  ATA  Apprentice Assessment Organisations Objective of Priority 1) Broaden service offer 2) Reduce risk 3) Build strategic alliances
  8. 8. Apprenticeship Improvements Target Audience  Existing staff and new recruitment opportunities  All skill levels – Apprenticeship range increased to include Level 2- 6  All Ages – Now funded at the same level  Uplifts for – Deprivation; Age (16-18); Cost of living Designed by Employers for Employers  Employer focused  Learning Activity based on gap analysis of job vacancy or existing staff member role  Independent assessment assuring quality  Classroom to boardroom continuity
  9. 9. Worked Example  The Levy that will be taken is 0.5% of an employers pay bill  An allowance of £15,000 is given to each employer  So contribution is effective for payroll over £3 million E.g, if total pay bill is £7.5 million a year; £7.5 million x 0.5% = £37,500 minus £15,000 allowance = £22,500.
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Cyber Security Technician Apprenticeship (Pathway 1) Programme of Learning (POL) - 24 Month Programme - Monthly Schedule of Activity Period Mar-17 Apr-17 May-17 Jun-17 Jul-17 Aug-17 Sep-17 Oct-17 Nov-17 Teaching & Learning Sessions On Boarding, Gap analysis, Extra Value Add: CISMP orientation programme Knowledge Module 1 – Cyber Security Introduction week 1 Knowledge Module 1 – Cyber Security Introduction week 2 Knowledge Module 1 – Cyber Security Introduction week 3 Extra Value Add: 3 day Resilia+ Foundation Programme Knowledge Module 2 Network and Digital Communications Theory week 1 Knowledge Module 2 Network and Digital Communications Theory week 2 Knowledge Module 2 Network and Digital Communications Theory week 3 Extra Value Add: 2 day Resilia+ Practitioner Programme Assessment Sessions Sign up, Initial Assessments & Skillscan completion 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions Independent Study Learning Styles Questionnaire, work shadowing 21 hours independent theory Learning Module 1 21 hours independent theory Learning Module 1 21 hours independent theory Learning Module 1 24 hours independent theory Learning Module 2 23 hours independent theory Learning Module 2 23 hours independent theory Learning Module 2 Additonal Support 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors Off the Job Learning 20 Hours Shadowing, 2 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 21 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 21 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 21 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 24 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 23 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 23 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 3 hours mentoring Review Review Review Review Period Dec-17 Jan-18 Feb-18 Mar-18 Apr-18 May-18 Jun-18 Jul-18 Aug-18 Teaching & Learning Sessions Knowledge Module 3: Security Case Development and Design Good Practice Week 1 Knowledge Module 3: Security Case Development and Design Good Practice Week 2 Knowledge Module 3: Security Case Development and Design Good Practice Week 3 Knowledge Module 4: Network and Digital Communications Theory week 1 Knowledge Module 4: Network and Digital Communications Theory week 2 Knowledge Module 4: Network and Digital Communications Theory week 3 Bolt-On: SCADA Programme Knowledge Module 5: Employment (Deployment) of cryptography week 1 Knowledge Module 5: Employment (Deployment) of cryptography week 2 Assessment Sessions 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions SCADA End Tests Independent Study 22 hours independent theory Learning Module 3 23 hours independent theory Learning Module 3 22 hours independent theory Learning Module 3 24 hours independent theory Learning Module 4 20 hours independent theory Learning Module 4 20 hours independent theory Learning Module 4 24 hours independent theory Learning Module 5 24 hours independent theory Learning Module 5 Additonal Support 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors Off the Job Learning 37.5 hours residential, 22 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 23 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 22 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 24 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 20 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 20 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 24 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 37.5 hours residential, 24 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring Review Review Review Review Visit Number Sep-18 Oct-18 Nov-18 Dec-18 Gateway End Point Assessment Teaching & Learning Sessions Knowledge Module 5: Employment (Deployment) of cryptography week 3 1st Substantial piece of work 2nd Substantial piece of work 3rd Substantial piece of work Assessment Gateway Reached Employer Reference Assessment Sessions 1 Hour Multiple Choice test (40 questions a Synoptic project - giving the apprentice the opportunity to undertake a business- related project over a one-week period away from the day to day workplace Structured Interview with assessor exploring what has been producedin the portfolio Reassessments if required Reassessments if required Independent Study 21 hours independent theory Learning Module 5 Portfolio Evidence Portfolio Evidence Portfolio Evidence Portfolio Evidence, Exam Preparation Portfolio Evidence Submit Portfolio Evidence Additonal Support 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors 1:1 Goto Meeting Tutor support, Group webinar/Tutorials, WorkPlace Mentors Off the Job Learning 37.5 hours residential, 21 hours independent study, 3 hours mentoring 15 Hours Assignment work 5 hours portfolio development 3 hours mentoring 15 Hours Assignment work 5 hours portfolio development 3 hours mentoring 15 Hours Assignment work 5 hours portfolio development 3 hours 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