Inspection by Ofsted is very likely to change over the coming years as the system moves from apprenticeship frameworks to new standards. The role of employers, the reduction in implied bureaucracy in reporting success, the achievement of the gateway and the role of apprenticeship assessment organisations (AAOs) are all factors for change in the inspection regime.
This practical workshop will allow delegates to explore:
- How apprenticeships will be internally managed and monitored through self-assessment
- The role of internal quality assurance in ensuring progress and recording achievement.
- Working with and without qualifications as evidence of achievement and progress
- New relationships with AAOs
- New approaches to self-assessment and meeting the requirements of your QIP
This session is suitable for those involved in planning for inspection with an emphasis on apprenticeship delivery
Chris Cherry has been leading on aspects of the Future Apprenticeship programme, including supporting employer groups define new apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and strategies for external quality assurance. More recently he has been leading on on-programme planning, EPA and the role of the Institute of Apprenticeships, external quality assurance and inspection. He has a significant advisory role with the Departments involved in the reforms as well as with and for the networks of providers involved in delivering apprenticeships. Expert in the field of improvement, system development, inspection, regulation, policy reform, consulting, Learning and Skills, Further Education and Work-Based Learning, with a national profile, including public speaking and articles in national and regional media.
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ACER - Christine Stewart