WCEU DEPLOYMENT Institution Coleg Powys A B C D Sector Subject Area (SSA) WCEU Deployment (Excluding UFI) - For SSA's in column A Review of Performance 2008/09 to date Planned Developments 2009/10 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) 2007/08 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2009/10 2009/10 Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Significant changes to provision Outturn 16- Outturn post Funded Proposed Proposed Proposed Highlight trends in demand - i.e. static, - include separate commentary 18 WCEUs 19 WCEUs WCEUs Funded Outturn 16- Outturn post exceeding or below expectations; on provision targeted at 16-18 (Base CEUs (Base CEUs (Base CEUs WCEUs 18 WCEUs 19 WCEUs and factors that have informed +SAW) +SAW) +SAW) (Base CEUs (Base CEUs (Base CEUs and 19+ age groups where developments in column B. +SAW) +SAW) +SAW) appropriate. Please include information on level of awards Highlight new courses, withdrawal of existing courses, or delivered. significant shift in level of awards to be delivered. 1 Health, Public Services and Care Early years programmes have recruited above target in First Diploma programme to be divided into Early Years and Health Newtown and Brecon, particularly work based NVQs for Studies certificates to provide additional progression opportunities, 13,390 18,514 29,700 31,200 14,266 16,934 adults. mainly for 16-18 learners. Introduce WBQ at level 3 for one groups of learners in Newtown. 2 Science and Mathematics Health studies courses are the major contributor to this No significant change 713 852 1,440 1,440 685 755 SSA at levels 2 and 3. 3 Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Science Reductions in WBL contract has reduced demand for Withdraw all agriculture from Brecon to release resources. associated FE additionality at levels 2 and 3 such as 4,987 4,987 8,230 5,100 3,389 1,711 National Certificates in Brecon. Residual agriculture courses in Brecon are uneconomic. 4 Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Full-time recruitment of 16-18 largely maintained at Consultation with industry has led to capital investment programme target levels, mostly at level 2. No resources available to that should maintain provision levels, particularly if some units devoted 20,285 6,197 26,060 26,060 22,025 4,035 expand into level 3 during 2009/10. Demand for part- to PTA. Replace level 2 CGLI qualifications with BTEC to provide time provision from older learners remains weak. potential future progression to ND at level 3. 5 Construction, Planning and the Environment Significant downturn in recruitment for full-time College model works well for 16-18 learners recruited to full-time programme for 16-18 at level 2 and for employer based programme. No evidence to suggest that PTA will have positive 19,133 5,804 28,500 17,800 13,506 4,294 training at level 3 impact. 6 Information and Communication Technology Saturation of provision at level 1 is evident in some No significant change communities which may reduce future demand among 6,896 9,109 14,050 14,050 8,092 5,958 adult learners. 7 Retail and Commercial Enterprise Hairdressing & Beauty, Hospitality and Catering at levels Capital investment programme in catering provision in Newtown will 2 and 3 recruit significantly above target partly as a result improve facilities in North Powys and will enable some units to be 16,220 8,569 21,250 26,100 17,184 8,916 of college continuing to win national awards. deployed for PTA. Similarly, H&B courses may be adapted to provide PTA provision so as to provide progression from 14-16 pathways programme introduced in 2007.. 8 Leisure, Travel and Tourism Demand for these subjects, which include "sport" is Introduce WBQ at level 3 for one group of learners in Travel and significantly in excess of targets among 16-18. Sports Tourism in Newtown. 13,947 929 15,450 16,800 15,343 1,457 science in Brecon and the football academy linked to Newtown football club is particularly successful 9 Arts, Media and Publishing Computer gaming and media course has entered second Introduce some units from gaming and media course within the full- year with increased enrolments from 16-18 in year 1. time ICT programme for 16-18 in Brecon. 13,988 3,332 15,150 18,730 14,806 3,924 10 History, Philosophy and Theology This SSA is supported through the College's flexistudy No significant change and New Horizons programmes for adult learners. Low 37 363 300 300 67 233 volume of activity but of importance to some learners. 11 Social Sciences As SSA10 above No significant change 88 422 390 390 63 327 12 Languages, Literature and Culture (Excluding Welsh for Evening classes in modern foreign languages have Reduced programme of provision to match demand, mainly from Adults) attracted fewer enrolments than anticipated. Part of a adults. 766 1,265 2,200 1,500 629 871 national decline in this area. 13 Education and Training Numbers requiring A &V awards has declined as most Continue to make provision in response to demand, mainly from adults 92 3,252 3,050 2,500 54 2,446 now have them. 14 Preparation for Work and Life 14 1 Foundations for Learning and Life Many key skills report in here thus masking any other No significant change 9,199 1,654 11,158 11,158 9,305 1,853 trends. Uptake mainly from 16-18 14 1a Independent Living Skills - Moderate No significant change 8,306 206 8,550 8,550 7,918 632 14 1b Independent Living Skills - Profound New curriculum offer in 2008/09, following consultation Increased activity to match demand. However, provision is learner with Social Services, has increased opportunities for centred and cannot be specified prior to enrolment. 1,547 10,618 13,550 14,742 576 14,166 those with profound LDD 14 1c Adult Basic Education Provision remains a mixture of basic skills support for No significant change although futher consideration will be given to college based 16-18 learners and of specific courses for basic skills at work qualifications where appropriate. 3,061 4,095 5,403 5,403 2,019 3,384 adults in the community or with employers. 14 1d ESOL Demand has fluctuated as the numbers of migrant Maintain provision workers increases and decreases. Some improved 142 1,921 2,200 2,200 183 2,017 engagement with employers. Gurkha regiment and families remains a strong market in Brecon. 14 2 Preparation for Work As SSA 14.1 above No significant change 655 2,775 3,420 3,420 1,089 2,331 15 Business Administration and Law Business related courses are proving less attractive at Potential demand led reduction but no significant change in curriculum 6,750 7,416 13,950 11,200 5,832 5,368 times of economic downturn offer. 218,643 Total Funded WCEUs 218,643 OK PLANNED PROVISION UNIVERSITY FOR INDUSTRY (UfI) Institution: Coleg Powys WCEU UfI Deployment - For SSA's in column A (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) 2007/08 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2009/10 2009/10 Number of Number Number of Number of Number of Number of Outturn 16- Outturn Funded Funded Proposed Proposed Sector Subject Area 18 WCEUs post 19 Outturn Outturn Outturn 16- Outturn Review of Performance 2008/09 Planned Developments 2009/10 (Base CEUs WCEUs WCEUs WCEUs 18 WCEUs post 19 +SAW) (Base (Base (Base (Base CEUs WCEUs CEUs CEUs CEUs +SAW) (Base CEUs +SAW) +SAW) +SAW) +SAW) 1 Health, Public Services and Care 442 102 0 2 Science and Mathematics 10 8 0 3 Agriculture, Horticulture and 0 0 0 Animal Science 4 Engineering and Manufacturing 88 5 0 Technologies 5 Construction, Planning and the 0 0 0 Environment 6 Information and Communication 148 398 0 Technology 7 Retail and Commercial 0 0 0 Enterprise 8 Leisure, Travel and Tourism 60 5 0 9 Arts, Media and Publishing 0 3 0 10 History, Philosophy and Theology 0 0 0 11 Social Sciences 0 0 0 12 Languages, Literature and 3 63 0 Culture (Excluding Welsh for Adults) 13 Education and Training 0 0 0 14 Preparation for Work and Life 14 1 Foundations for Learning and Life 0 0 0 14 1a Independent Living Skills - Moderate 29 0 0 14 1b Independent Living Skills - Profound 1 0 0 14 1c Adult Basic Education 0 0 0 14 1d ESOL 0 0 0 14 2 Preparation for Work 342 31 0 15 Business Administration and Law 0 2 0 1,124 616 0 0 0 0 Total Funded UFI WCEUs 2,900 ERROR - VALUE DOES NOT MATCH PLANNED PROVISION PATHWAYS TO APPRENTICESHIPS (PTA) WCEU DEPLOYMENT Institution Coleg Powys A B C D WCEU Pathway to Proposed Pathways to Apprenticeships Apprenticeships Proposed Pathways to Apprenticeships Activities Sector Subject Area (SSA) Activities included in deployment proposals at Deployment - For SSA's included in deployment proposals at column B (ii) column B (i) in column A (i) (ii) 2009/10 Number 2009/10 Number of Proposed of Proposed Funded WCEUs Outturn WCEUs for PTA activities (Base CEUs + (Base CEUs SAW) for PTA Specifically comment on pathways to apprenticeships Specifically comment on pathways to +SAW) included activities NOT proposals including learner progression opportunities. Only apprenticeships proposals including learner in Table 3a included in Table include information relating to additional WCEUs which are (Column B(iv)) 3a progression opportunities. required to deliver the PTA programme 1 Health, Public Services and Care 2 Science and Mathematics 3 Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Science 4 Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies PEO First Certificate in Engineering key skills in communications, application of number and ICT 3 wider key skills Employment Rights and Responsibilities Certificate This is a programme that provides a sound practical grounding Employer visits and work experience in multi-skilled engineering or welding at level 2. The addition of these qualifications will make trainees more employable 2,970 1,080 and better prepare them for an apprenticeship after their first year. The College will work with Mid and North Wales Training to use this pathway to provide progression directly to the shared apprenticeship scheme that they are co-ordinating. 5 Construction, Planning and the Environment The College already provides a model of first year pre-apprenticeship training in construction that works well and leads to excellent outcomes. There would be little added value from extending the programme as envisaged in the PTA proposals and the additional funding would not cover the additional resources required unless for full groups of learners. The College is willing to have further dialogue with Construction Skills if required. 6 Information and Communication Technology 7 Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Catering) VRQ in professional cookery First Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Key skills in communications and application of number CIEH Health and Safety in the workplace CIEH Food Hygiene in the workplace This is a programme that provides the basic qualification only Master classes which would need to be supplemented by substantial further Industry awareness training in employment. Work Experience 2,115 900 This programme will prepare learners with practical and underpinning knowledge that will provide them with the skills to enter directly into employment linked to a further period of apprenticeship. The College has an FMA and MA programme that will provide progression opportunities at levels 2 and 3 and may be able to link into other private training providers also. 7 Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Hair and Beauty) VTCT NVQ L2 in Hairdressing Various additional VTCT certificates Key Skills in Communications and application of number 2 wider key skills Employer visits and work experience This programme provides the minimum required to perform adequately in employment but will not result in a skilled These additional elements will enable a hairdresser to be able to 2,205 1,080 practitioner without significant additional training and undertake a wider range of tasks and to contribute immediately to experience. employment. There are progression opportunities to level 3. 8 Leisure, Travel and Tourism 9 Arts, Media and Publishing 10 History, Philosophy and Theology 11 Social Sciences 12 Languages, Literature and Culture (Excluding Welsh for Adults) 13 Education and Training 14 Preparation for Work and Life 14 1 Foundations for Learning and Life 14 1a Independent Living Skills - Moderate 14 1b Independent Living Skills - Profound 14 1c Adult Basic Education 14 1d ESOL 14 2 Preparation for Work 15 Business Administration and Law N.B. Some of the additional units in column B(ii) will appear in other SSAs as they will relate to key skills and other additional elements. However, they are shown in the SSA of the host programme so that they can be separately identified.
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