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Quality and Effectiveness Framework for post-16 learning in Wales : delivering Skills that Work for Wales

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Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (Wales)
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Quality and Effectiveness Framework for post-16 learning in Wales Delivering Skills that Work for Wales Yr Adran Plant, Addysg, Dysgu Gydol Oes a Sgiliau Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills D390_English Cover.indd 1 4/2/09 16:45:333 CertifiedPDF® Welsh Assembly GovernmentISO-15930 PDF/X-1a:2001 Quality and Effectiveness Framework for post-16 learning in Wales Audience Further education institutions; work-based learning providers; local education authorities; Welsh for Adults language centres; Estyn; National Union of Students; fforwm; National Training Federation for Wales; NIACE Dysgu Cymru; Community Learning Wales; Wales Council for Voluntary Action; Association of Learning Providers; Children and Young People’s Partnerships; Youth Forum Co-ordinators; Funky Dragon; 14-19 networks; Federation of Awarding Bodies; teaching unions; Lifelong Learning UK; Centre for Excellence in Leadership; Higher Education Funding Council for Wales; Sector Skills Councils; Equality and Human Rights Commission; Faith Communities Fora. Overview Skills that Work for Wales commits the Welsh Assembly Government to establishing a new Quality and Effectiveness Framework to support continued improvements in the quality of post-16 learning. From autumn 2009 current quality assurance arrangements will be replaced with a new, streamlined framework which will be aligned with Estyn’s inspection cycle and will delegate more responsibility to providers with a track record of good performance. This publication outlines progress to date in developing the Quality and Effectiveness Framework, current thinking on its content and a timetable for implementation. Action This publication is for information and will be followed up by further required dialogue with providers and other stakeholders. Comments or questions on its contents are welcome and should be directed to the contacts listed below. Further Further information about this publication can

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