"Every Child Matters Workforce Development, Full Level 2 and"
Every Child Matters Workforce Development, Full Level 2 and Vocational Pathways Simon Malarkey - NCFE Debbie Hill - Tribal Richard Meredith - Tribal Every Child Matters 2004 ♦ Be healthy ♦ Stay safe ♦ Enjoy and achieve ♦ Make a positive contribution ♦ Achieve economic well being ♦ www.ncfe.org.uk - Every Child Matters Tribal Network Publishing ♦ Part of Tribal Group PLC ♦ Started in May 2001 ♦ Based in York ♦ Currently work with over 150 FE/6th Form Colleges and Training Providers ♦ Since 2001 over 400,000 learners have used our learning materials. What We Do: Publish high quality cost effective learning and assessment materials for: Work based training Blended delivery Distance learning delivery Currently publish support materials for 50 qualifications What We Do: ♦ Provide Specialist consultancy services to FE Colleges and Training Providers about: Funding opportunities Curriculum development initiatives Delivery Audit Group activity ♦ Taking the five outcomes, focus in groups on one ECM theme ♦ What evidence do you have in meeting the ECM requirements for that theme now. ♦ Highlight any gaps/issues - could be in policies/procedures/training of staff/curriculum ♦ Look at relevant product samples for that theme. ♦ Consider how you could us these qualifications to meet ECM requirements - think about needs of staff, students/pupils . ♦ Focus on benefits-flexibility, evidence for Ofsted, additionality/enrichment funding, etc Health, Public Services & Care Arts, Retail & Media & Commercial Publishing Enterprise NCFE’s Products and Services Leisure, Preparation Travel & For Tourism Life & Work Education & Training Children’s Workforce ♦ Common Core of Skills and Knowledge for the Children’s Workforce ♦ Embedded in to all NCFE childcare qualifications ♦ Integrated Qualification Framework by 2010 “a better qualified workforce means better outcomes for children, young people and families’’ Beverley Hughes, Minister for Children, Young People & Families Workforce Qualifications ♦ Level 1 ♦ Providing a Healthier School Meals Service ♦ Level 2 ♦ Developing Skills for Working with Children and Young People ♦ Developing Skills for Early Years Practice ♦ Teaching Assistants ♦ Level 3 ♦ Teaching Assistants New Qualifications in development ♦ Level 1 ♦ Award in Working with Children and Young People (120 glh) ♦ Level 2 ♦ Extended Certificate in Developing Skills for Working with Children and Young People (360 glh) ♦ Extended Certificate in Working in Early Years (360 glh) ♦ Award in Safeguarding Children and Young People (90 glh) ♦ Level 3 ♦ Diploma in Developing Skills for Working with Children and Young People (450 glh) ♦ Diploma in Working in Early Years (450 glh) Vocational Pathways for Young People/Adults Be healthy ♦ Level 1 Exercise Studies ♦ Level 1 Sport and Leisure Studies ♦ Level 2 Nutrition and Health ♦ Level 2 Improving Personal Exercise and Nutrition ♦ Level 1 and Level 2 Drug Awareness Stay safe ♦ Level 1 and Level 2 Drug Awareness ♦ Level 2 Occupational Health and Safety ♦ Level 2 Equality and Diversity ♦ Level 2 Practical Food Safety Enjoy and achieve ♦ Level 1 Personal Development for the Outdoor Industry ♦ Level 1, 2 and 3 Creative Craft ♦ Level 1 and 2 Music Technology ♦ Level 1 and 2 Radio Production “Music lies at the heart of the Every Child Matters vision” Music Manifesto report 2, October 2006 Make a positive contribution ♦ Level 1 and Level 2 Sustainable Development ♦ Level 2 Equality and Diversity ♦ Level 1 and Level 2 Employment Skills ♦ Level 2 Award and Certificate in Developing Enterprise Capabilities* * Mapped to the Work-related learning framework Achieve economic well being ♦ Level 1 and 2 Employment Skills ♦ Level 1 and 2 Sustainable Development ♦ Level 1 Personal Money Management ♦ Level 2 Retail Customer Service Skills Benefits to Providers ♦ Nationally accredited ♦ Increase/widen participation ♦ Builds on existing expertise ♦ Cost effective use of resources ♦ Reduce peak demand levels ♦ Meet local/national agendas and targets Benefits to learners 1. Clear objectives or statement of intended outcomes 2. User friendly structure and layout 3. Learning by doing 4. Feedback 5. Introductions, summaries and reviews 6. The text itself 7. Illustrations 8. Manageable chunks 9. Level/Interest/Enjoyment 10. The ability to achieve NCFE Proposed Full Level 2 Provision Available Now Level 2 Radio Production and Level 2 Entry to the Uniformed Services September 2008 Launch * Level 2 Working with Children Level 2 Working with Early Years and Young People Level 2 Health and Social Care Level 2 Sport and Recreation Level 2 Travel and Tourism Level 2 Airport Operations Level 2 Music Technology Level 2 Music Business Level 2 Interactive Media and Animation *Subject to QCA approval NCFE Proposed Extended Level 3 Qualifications Available Now Level 3 Entry to the Uniformed Services September 2008 Launch * Level 3 Working with Children Level 3 Working with Early Years and Young People Level 3 Health and Social Care Level 3 Health and Social Care Level 3 Event Management Level 3 Airport Operations Level 3 Music Business *Subject to QCA approval Skills for Life ♦ Entry level qualifications ♦ Functional Skills NCFE Centre Support ♦ Centre support events ♦ On line assessment ♦ Direct Claim Status (DCS) ♦ The Portal ♦ Website ♦ Specified contacts Business Development Team Paul Nelson – North West, Simon Malarkey – North Yorks & Humber, East Mids East, Scotland & Ireland & Northern Ireland Martin Blackaller – South West, Nicola Codd – South East, West Mids & Wales London & East Anglia Key Contacts Nicola Codd NCFE - Business Development Manager (South East) firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07734 230 582 Richard Meredith Tribal Consultant - South and South East England email@example.com Tel: 07793 605925