Annual General Meeting – Thursday 10 October 2019

The fourth ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the North East Learning Providers Network Ltd will be held on THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 2019 in the BEAMISH SUITE in the Holiday Inn, Washington, NE37 1LB, commencing at 10.30 am The meeting is scheduled to end at 12.30 pm and will be followed by a lunch to give members the opportunity to Network. As this is an OPEN meeting all are welcome both Members and non-members - feel free to circulate this information to any interested parties.

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News: June 2019

Data Collections and Feconnect: Survey

The SFA would like feedback about their current individualised learner record (ILR) data collection systems. Staff responsible for your ILR returns can complete a short survey by Friday, 2 October. It also includes a section on…

Earnings Adjustment Statement Guidance: Version 2

The SFA have published version 2 of the Earnings Adjustment Statement (EAS) 2015 to 2016 guidance. The EAS form will be available for the individualised learner record (ILR) R02 collection; please complete this to claim funding…

European Social Fund 2007 to 2013: Contract Closure

The closing date for the final upload of data for European Social Fund (ESF) 2007 to 2013 contracts is 23 October. You must clear any data issues before this date. The SFA will use the data…

Teaching, Learning and Assessment – FREE APP

Improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is a high priority for every provider as well as Ofsted and that is why Lesley Clark of TeachingPlusLearning.co.uk thinks that you would be very interested to know…

New Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF)

Following consultation at the beginning of the year Ofqual have announced that they will be introducing a new qualifications framework on 1 October 2015 that replaces both the Qualifications Credit Framework (QCF) and the National Qualifications…

Gordon Marsden returns to shadow skills post

Labour under its new leader Jeremy Corbyn has now confirmed all appointments to the shadow ministerial team. The most eye-catching for our sector was the return of Gordon Marsden to his former post of shadow FE…

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