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The Future of Apprenticeships
07 Apr 2011
Third National Conference. Held at Westminster Studios, Central London

This conference looked to best practice in apprenticeship delivery. Delegates had the opportunity to hear from sector leaders, academics and the Government who informed on best practice and future policy developments.

Programme
09:50
John OLeary, Editor, Policy Review Magazine
Welcome and introduction from Conference Chair

10:00
Trevor Luker, Managing Director, Pearson Work Based Learning
Keynote address: Delivering high quality, nationally-recognised, relevant qualifications

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10:15
Vic Grimes, Regional Director of Apprenticeships, National Apprenticeship Service
Accessing funding for apprenticeship schemes

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10:30
Phil Hatton HMI, National Advisor, Ofsted
Learning from the best: examples of best practice from providers of apprenticeships in underperforming vocational areas

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10:45
Questions and discussion: Session 1
11:00
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
11:30
David Knowles-Leak, Representative, Thames Valley Berkshire LEP
The impact of Local Enterprise Partnerships on the future of apprenticeships

11:50
Eric Collis, General Manager, Humberside Engineering Training Association
Effective recruitment of apprentices ensuring access whilst managing risk

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12:10
Lucy-Ann Bet, Supporting Independence Programme, Kent County Council; And, A Young Apprentice
Supporting vulnerable young people into apprenticeships: Kent's Vulnerable Learners Project

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12:30
David Stedman, Head, Falmouth Marine School
Building new frameworks for apprenticeships

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12:50
Questions and discussion: Session 2
13:00
Buffet Lunch, networking and exhibition
14:00
Seminar 1: Engaging with schools
Carolyn ODonnell, Chief Executive, and Liam Ward, Business Administration Level 3 Apprentice, Develop EBP

14:00
Seminar 2: Apprenticeships for the over 25s
Carol Taylor, Director of Operations, The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE)

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14:45
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
15:10
Annie Sinnott, Managing Director, The Old Vicarage Care Home
Case Study: Developing apprenticeships to increase revenue, ensure employee loyalty and develop skills

15:30
Panel debate: Championing apprenticeships early- what should be done to ensure effective career advice?
Peter Cobrin, Director, Notgoingtouni; Andrew Rawson, Deputy Director, Action on Access; Annie Sinnott, Managing Director, The Old Vicarage Care Home.

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