Live consultations: Traineeship Funding in England - Funding Reform Technical Consultation

British Glass is asking for members willing to contribute to our response to a joint consultation, managed by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Department for Education, on how the Government's funding for the Traineeships programme in England could be used to deliver the best possible results for young people.

The consultation offers a broad range of options and proposals for how Traineeship funding should operate in the future to ensure their continuing expansion and is seeking views on how far the changes proposed would meet the following three core objectives:

  1. ensure funding arrangements for Traineeships drive positive outcomes for young people
  2. achieve greater consistency in the way Traineeships are funded for 16 - 18 and 19 - 24 year olds
  3. ensure providers have the flexibility to design high quality programmes that maximise outcomes for young people.

We would welcome your views on the consultation proposals - which can be accessed here: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/traineeships-funding-reform-in-england - please submit your views by 11th August 2014 to Charley Hurley c.hurley@britglass.co.uk to ensure they are included.

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