Review of apprenticeships
The Government has asked Doug Richard to review the apprenticeships system.
Many national governing bodies provide apprenticeships and training through the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) system and will have different experiences of recent changes to it.
All members who provide apprenticeship programmes.
It is important that the role of sport is not forgotten in the apprenticeship dicussion.
The key questions in the consultation below allow us to show the relevance of sport and discuss who pays for the programmes.
- What should the aims and objectives of apprenticeships be?
- Who should apprenticeships be for?
- What outcomes should apprenticeships aim to deliver – for individuals, for employers, and for the wider economy?
- What should the defining features of a high quality apprenticeship be?
- What should a high quality apprenticeship involve or contain?
- Should this differ for different sectors, types of learners or types of employers?
- How can we ensure the training offered really reflects employers’ needs?
- What role should qualifications play in an apprenticeship, and how can we ensure these qualifications are fit for purpose?
- What should government’s role be with regard to apprenticeships?
- What should employers’ role be?
- Who should pay for what?
Delivering value for money and boosting access
- How can we ensure value for money for government investment in apprenticeships?
- How can we boost employer and learner demand for apprenticeships?
- How can we ensure that learners of all abilities get fair access to apprenticeships?
To receive the Sport and Recreation Alliance’s free daily sports news summary, a round-up of the day’s most interesting and informative news articles on sport and recreation, including links to original sources, email firstname.lastname@example.org