FE Planning And Funding 2008/09

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Information about FE Planning And Funding 2008/09

Published on April 14, 2008

Author: lentil

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This is a presentation used as part of a management development programme to introduce the 08/09 LSC Further Education planning and funding mechanism.

Planning & Funding Len Tildsley DIRECTOR OF CURRICULUM & INFORMATION Len Tildsley • November 2007

Len Tildsley • November 2007

Planning & Funding The Planning Context The 08/09 Funding Mechanism Business & Provision Planning Len Tildsley • November 2007

The Planning Context

The 08/09 Funding Mechanism

Business & Provision Planning

Planning & Funding The Planning Context The 08/09 Funding Mechanism Business & Provision Planning Len Tildsley • November 2007

The Planning Context

The 08/09 Funding Mechanism

Business & Provision Planning

The Planning Context Len Tildsley • November 2007

Grant Letter 14-19 Learning Adult Skills Sustainable employment & progression Reforming the system Len Tildsley • November 2007

14-19 Learning

Adult Skills

Sustainable employment & progression

Reforming the system

LSC Statement of Priorities National Statement accompanying the government grant letter “ Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives” Covers 08/09 to 10/11 Published 16 th November 2007 Len Tildsley • November 2007

National Statement accompanying the government grant letter

“ Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives”

Covers 08/09 to 10/11

Published 16 th November 2007

Targets & Priorities Priority 1 : Creating Demand for Skills Priority 2 : Transforming FE Priority 3 : Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives Len Tildsley • November 2007

Priority 1 : Creating Demand for Skills

Priority 2 : Transforming FE

Priority 3 : Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives

Creating Demand for Skills … more people to demand more learning because they are clear about the social and economic benefits that it brings. Len Tildsley • November 2007

Creating Demand for Skills Young People 90% of 17 year olds in learning by 2013 90% of 18 year olds in learning by 2015 82% of 19 year olds achieving L2 by 2011 54% of 19 year olds achieving L3 by 2011 NEETs 2% lower by 2010 Len Tildsley • November 2007

Young People

90% of 17 year olds in learning by 2013

90% of 18 year olds in learning by 2015

82% of 19 year olds achieving L2 by 2011

54% of 19 year olds achieving L3 by 2011

NEETs 2% lower by 2010

Creating Demand for Skills Young People LSC to work with Connexions and LEA to ensure that the supply of provision matches demand The ‘September Guarantee’ Greater flexibility – able to start in January More Apprenticeship places - matching National entitlement to diploma places Clear L1 and pre-vocational offer Clear progression routes to HE and employment Len Tildsley • November 2007

Young People

LSC to work with Connexions and LEA to ensure that the supply of provision matches demand

The ‘September Guarantee’

Greater flexibility – able to start in January

More Apprenticeship places - matching

National entitlement to diploma places

Clear L1 and pre-vocational offer

Clear progression routes to HE and employment

Creating Demand for Skills Adults Bias funding towards those without skills and qualifications Link funding to ‘skills accounts’ Adult careers service Personal learning – time and location Increased full-cost work Open College buildings for community use Len Tildsley • November 2007

Adults

Bias funding towards those without skills and qualifications

Link funding to ‘skills accounts’

Adult careers service

Personal learning – time and location

Increased full-cost work

Open College buildings for community use

Creating Demand for Skills Employers Use ESF funding to extend TtG service Numeracy, Literacy and ESOL available as stand-alone options through TtG Adult Apprenticeships merged with TtG Part-funded 2 nd L3 pilot through TtG Full-funded 2 nd L2 to retrain unemployed Progress towards funding only SQS qualifications Fund more employers to provide their own apprenticeship programmes Len Tildsley • November 2007

Employers

Use ESF funding to extend TtG service

Numeracy, Literacy and ESOL available as stand-alone options through TtG

Adult Apprenticeships merged with TtG

Part-funded 2 nd L3 pilot through TtG

Full-funded 2 nd L2 to retrain unemployed

Progress towards funding only SQS qualifications

Fund more employers to provide their own apprenticeship programmes

Targets & Priorities Priority 1 : Creating Demand for Skills Priority 2 : Transforming FE Priority 3 : Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives Len Tildsley • November 2007

Priority 1 : Creating Demand for Skills

Priority 2 : Transforming FE

Priority 3 : Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives

Transforming FE Align fees policies across all publicly funded provision Increase income through fees and full-cost work Focus on income targets Fully integrate ESF funding Fairer funding methodology Establish Framework for Excellence Develop The Qualifications & Credit Framework Len Tildsley • November 2007

Align fees policies across all publicly funded provision

Increase income through fees and full-cost work

Focus on income targets

Fully integrate ESF funding

Fairer funding methodology

Establish Framework for Excellence

Develop The Qualifications & Credit Framework

Transforming FE £2.3bn of capital investment Allow non-FE providers to bid for LSC capital funding Embed and Extend ILT Drive CPD Work with leading colleges to ‘blueprint’ future business models Increase the number of national skills academies Increased commissioning and tendering to fill skills gaps Len Tildsley • November 2007

£2.3bn of capital investment

Allow non-FE providers to bid for LSC capital funding

Embed and Extend ILT

Drive CPD

Work with leading colleges to ‘blueprint’ future business models

Increase the number of national skills academies

Increased commissioning and tendering to fill skills gaps

Targets & Priorities Priority 1 : Creating Demand for Skills Priority 2 : Transforming FE Priority 3 : Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives Len Tildsley • November 2007

Priority 1 : Creating Demand for Skills

Priority 2 : Transforming FE

Priority 3 : Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives

Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives Len Tildsley • November 2007 “ We want to increase the sector’s focus on integrating skills with employment so that more people get the training and qualifications they need to come off benefits, enter work and progress - more of the learning we fund to result in job outcomes.”

Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives Protect opportunities for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities Protect funding for PCDL and neighbourhood learning in deprived communities Protect funding for ESOL and learning below L2 that forms the FLT. Len Tildsley • November 2007

Protect opportunities for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities

Protect funding for PCDL and neighbourhood learning in deprived communities

Protect funding for ESOL and learning below L2 that forms the FLT.

Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives Focus funding on FLT, Skills for Life and Level 2 People and communities most excluded from the labour market and those in ‘vulnerable’ employment Numeracy skills Offender learning Len Tildsley • November 2007

Focus funding on FLT, Skills for Life and Level 2

People and communities most excluded from the labour market and those in ‘vulnerable’ employment

Numeracy skills

Offender learning

Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives All young people to take part in work experience Employers encouraged to recruit untrained or low-skilled staff to access supported training (inc. Pre-employment) through TtG. Employability skills programmes for the unemployed Higher skills programmes in conjunction with HEFCE Len Tildsley • November 2007

All young people to take part in work experience

Employers encouraged to recruit untrained or low-skilled staff to access supported training (inc. Pre-employment) through TtG.

Employability skills programmes for the unemployed

Higher skills programmes in conjunction with HEFCE

Becoming Demand Led Common funding mechanism for all 16-19 year olds Common approach to funding ‘New Diplomas’ for all 14-19 year olds All vocational skill funding to move towards skills accounts and Train2Gain £500m in skills accounts by 2011 £1.5bn in skills accounts by 2015 50:50 balance between funding and fees Len Tildsley • November 2007

Common funding mechanism for all 16-19 year olds

Common approach to funding ‘New Diplomas’ for all 14-19 year olds

All vocational skill funding to move towards skills accounts and Train2Gain

£500m in skills accounts by 2011

£1.5bn in skills accounts by 2015

50:50 balance between funding and fees

Demand Led – First Steps More sophisticated commissioning of provision – focussed on social inclusion New funding models – learner and employer choice Qualification reform Increase MLP acceptable rates FE self regulation by 2012 Len Tildsley • November 2007

More sophisticated commissioning of provision – focussed on social inclusion

New funding models – learner and employer choice

Qualification reform

Increase MLP acceptable rates

FE self regulation by 2012

Demand Led Funds Len Tildsley • November 2007

Commissioning 1 Sector Skills Council priority qualifications 14-19 Partnerships Colleges Schools WBL Providers LEA to run ‘competitions’ to fulfil perceived gaps in provision > 200 places Len Tildsley • November 2007

Sector Skills Council priority qualifications

14-19

Partnerships

Colleges

Schools

WBL Providers

LEA to run ‘competitions’ to fulfil perceived gaps in provision > 200 places

Commissioning 2 Adult Learners LLDD, PCDL, FLT, S4L Full Level 2, Full Level 3 Whole qualifications at Level 4 Negotiated volumes with existing providers Further negotiation or tendering to fill gaps Len Tildsley • November 2007

Adult Learners

LLDD, PCDL, FLT, S4L

Full Level 2, Full Level 3

Whole qualifications at Level 4

Negotiated volumes with existing providers

Further negotiation or tendering to fill gaps

Commissioning 3 Provision for employers Accelerate the expansion of TtG Reward excellence New providers linked to employer choice New providers from competitive tendering Multi-year contracts Contract values varied in-year Len Tildsley • November 2007

Provision for employers

Accelerate the expansion of TtG

Reward excellence

New providers linked to employer choice

New providers from competitive tendering

Multi-year contracts

Contract values varied in-year

Qualification Reform 1 Qualifications ‘fit for purpose’ Smaller ‘chunks’ Sector qualification strategies (End of Nov) Funding discontinued for a large number of qualifications – progressive Employer and Provider developed training eligible for full QCF approval by 2010 Len Tildsley • November 2007

Qualifications ‘fit for purpose’

Smaller ‘chunks’

Sector qualification strategies (End of Nov)

Funding discontinued for a large number of qualifications – progressive

Employer and Provider developed training eligible for full QCF approval by 2010

Qualification Reform 2 Foundation Learning Tier (FLT) Intended to improve progression to L2 Enhance ‘employability’ Majority of sub L2 provision will be units and qualifications in FLT Will replace E2E and LLDD provision Len Tildsley • November 2007

Foundation Learning Tier (FLT)

Intended to improve progression to L2

Enhance ‘employability’

Majority of sub L2 provision will be units and qualifications in FLT

Will replace E2E and LLDD provision

Raising and Assuring Quality Eliminate inadequate provision in FE Minimum levels of performance More areas of provision Increased rates for 08/09 TtG Providers expected to move towards success rates >80% Len Tildsley • November 2007

Eliminate inadequate provision in FE

Minimum levels of performance

More areas of provision

Increased rates for 08/09

TtG Providers expected to move towards success rates >80%

Minimum Levels of Performance Len Tildsley • November 2007

Self Regulation A new relationship between the LSC and the FE system LSC to discuss, in detail, what we offer How we respond to learner, employer and community needs Support the integration of employment and skills Demand Led funding = financial planning challenge Transitional arrangements and support Len Tildsley • November 2007

A new relationship between the LSC and the FE system

LSC to discuss, in detail, what we offer

How we respond to learner, employer and community needs

Support the integration of employment and skills

Demand Led funding = financial planning challenge

Transitional arrangements and support

Funding Allocations 1 16-18 New funding system Average rate increase of 2.1% No funding for transferred qualifications Keys skills removed from entitlement funding Reduce funding for L3 learning 40,000 ‘new diploma’ places funded by LSC Len Tildsley • November 2007

16-18

New funding system

Average rate increase of 2.1%

No funding for transferred qualifications

Keys skills removed from entitlement funding

Reduce funding for L3 learning

40,000 ‘new diploma’ places funded by LSC

Funding Allocations 2 Adult Learners Funding targeted – those excluded from the labour market Total number of funded learners expected to reduce Longer or more substantial programmes In-year and end-year reconciliation No viament to other categories Average funding rate increase of 1.5% At least 15% to deliver Full L2 At least 10% to deliver Full L3 Len Tildsley • November 2007

Adult Learners

Funding targeted – those excluded from the labour market

Total number of funded learners expected to reduce

Longer or more substantial programmes

In-year and end-year reconciliation

No viament to other categories

Average funding rate increase of 1.5%

At least 15% to deliver Full L2

At least 10% to deliver Full L3

Funding Allocations 3 Employer Driven Rapid expansion of TtG >£160m of adult FE funding moved to TtG Scope to include L3 and Higher Skills S4L to be available independantly 20,000 more aged 19-25 apprentices £30m for aged 25+ apprentices Len Tildsley • November 2007

Employer Driven

Rapid expansion of TtG

>£160m of adult FE funding moved to TtG

Scope to include L3 and Higher Skills

S4L to be available independantly

20,000 more aged 19-25 apprentices

£30m for aged 25+ apprentices

Exercise 1 Len Tildsley • November 2007 In your table groups compare the college today with the college we need to become if we are to respond to the priorities and changes outlined for the sector over the next three years. Agree your top THREE priority changes and text them along with your name to... 07703 ?????? One text per table !

Len Tildsley • November 2007

Planning & Funding The Planning Context The 08/09 Funding Mechanism Business & Provision Planning Len Tildsley • November 2007

The Planning Context

The 08/09 Funding Mechanism

Business & Provision Planning

Funding Systems Len Tildsley • November 2007 Learner Responsive Employer Responsive School 6 th Forms E2E Further Education Apprenticeships Train to Gain 16 to 18 Adult 16 to 18 Adult

Funding aligned but with transitional protection Variance capped at +/- 2.1% from 07/08 Funding at the Learner Level only Funded by DCSF Move from LSC to LEA in 2011 Len Tildsley • November 2007 School 6 th Forms E2E Further Education 16 to 18 Learner Responsive

Funding aligned but with transitional protection

Variance capped at +/- 2.1% from 07/08

Funding at the Learner Level only

Funded by DCSF

Move from LSC to LEA in 2011

PSA targets and prioritisation Variance capped at +/- 2.1% from 07/08 Funding at the Learner Level only Mid-year and end-year reconciliation with tolerance and cap Different rates for fee paying students (42.5% in 08/09) Funded by DIUS Fully funded through skills accounts by 2015 Len Tildsley • November 2007 Further Education Adult Learner Responsive

PSA targets and prioritisation

Variance capped at +/- 2.1% from 07/08

Funding at the Learner Level only

Mid-year and end-year reconciliation with tolerance and cap

Different rates for fee paying students (42.5% in 08/09)

Funded by DIUS

Fully funded through skills accounts by 2015

Monthly payments in arrears on 10 th working day of the following month 25% of funding paid on achievement Planned alongside FE provision Funded by DCSF Len Tildsley • November 2007 Apprenticeships 16 to 18 Employer Responsive

Monthly payments in arrears on 10 th working day of the following month

25% of funding paid on achievement

Planned alongside FE provision

Funded by DCSF

Targets and priorities critical Monthly payments in arrears on 10 th working day of the following month 25% of funding paid on achievement Part Time adult NVQs included Funded by DIUS Len Tildsley • November 2007 Further Education Apprenticeships Train to Gain Adult Employer Responsive

Targets and priorities critical

Monthly payments in arrears on 10 th working day of the following month

25% of funding paid on achievement

Part Time adult NVQs included

Funded by DIUS

Demand Led Funding Taken 2 ½ years to develop Single mechanism – use wholly or partly Standard Learner Numbers (SLN) National funding Rate per SLN Modified by the Provider Factor New census points New calculation to determine ALS Len Tildsley • November 2007

Taken 2 ½ years to develop

Single mechanism – use wholly or partly

Standard Learner Numbers (SLN)

National funding Rate per SLN

Modified by the Provider Factor

New census points

New calculation to determine ALS

Standard Learner Numbers 1 Similar to FTEs Use GLH to Calculate GLH determined by Awarding Body / QCA / LSC and published in LAD Some qualification have ‘variable’ GLH 16-18 entitlement = 114 GLH Capped at 1.75 Len Tildsley • November 2007

Similar to FTEs

Use GLH to Calculate

GLH determined by Awarding Body / QCA / LSC and published in LAD

Some qualification have ‘variable’ GLH

16-18 entitlement = 114 GLH

Capped at 1.75

Standard Learner Numbers 2 SLN = Total Annual GLH 450 Len Tildsley • November 2007

SLN = Total Annual GLH

450

National Funding Rate One rate for each category Co-funded rate for those paying fees (-42.5%) 16-18 Learner Responsive Adult Learner Responsive Co-Funded Adult Learner Responsive 16-18 Employer Responsive Adult Employer Responsive Co-funded Adult Employer Responsive Len Tildsley • November 2007

One rate for each category

Co-funded rate for those paying fees (-42.5%)

16-18 Learner Responsive

Adult Learner Responsive

Co-Funded Adult Learner Responsive

16-18 Employer Responsive

Adult Employer Responsive

Co-funded Adult Employer Responsive

Co-Funded Rate co-funded rate = full rate – fee element Fee element similar to current system Fee element varies with provider factor but is not the same as the fee to the learner Fee element = full rate x Fee rate provider factor Len Tildsley • November 2007

co-funded rate = full rate – fee element

Fee element similar to current system

Fee element varies with provider factor but is not the same as the fee to the learner

Fee element = full rate x Fee rate

provider factor

Provider Factor Replaces Programme Weighting Disadvantage uplift Area costs Funding amount variation on withdrawal (by using the overall GLH weighted success rate) ONE factor for the whole college each year No variation by team or subject Len Tildsley • November 2007

Replaces

Programme Weighting

Disadvantage uplift

Area costs

Funding amount variation on withdrawal (by using the overall GLH weighted success rate)

ONE factor for the whole college each year

No variation by team or subject

Provider Factor 2 Based on prior year history for learner responsive Based on actual aims delivered for employer responsive Len Tildsley • November 2007

Based on prior year history for learner responsive

Based on actual aims delivered for employer responsive

Funding Calculation 1 For each category of learner Provider funding rate = national funding rate x provider factor Len Tildsley • November 2007

For each category of learner

Provider funding rate

=

national funding rate x provider factor

Funding Calculation 2 For each learner ££££ = provider funding rate x SLN Len Tildsley • November 2007

For each learner

££££

=

provider funding rate x SLN

Example 1 National Funding Rate (16-18 LR) £2,775 (confirmed) Provider Factor 1.0275 Len Tildsley • November 2007

National Funding Rate (16-18 LR)

£2,775 (confirmed)

Provider Factor

1.0275

Example 2 National Funding Rate (Adult LR) ??? Funding = Len Tildsley • November 2007

National Funding Rate (Adult LR) ???

Funding =

Starts and Census Dates Old census dates will no longer apply ‘ Starts’ are >24 weeks - counted after 6 weeks 2-24 weeks – counted after 2 weeks <2 weeks – must attend once Full funding eligible after this date No funding if the student withdraws before Starts counted in each year for multi-year programmes Len Tildsley • November 2007

Old census dates will no longer apply

‘ Starts’ are

>24 weeks - counted after 6 weeks

2-24 weeks – counted after 2 weeks

<2 weeks – must attend once

Full funding eligible after this date

No funding if the student withdraws before

Starts counted in each year for multi-year programmes

Exercise 2 Len Tildsley • November 2007

Exercise 2 Answer Len Tildsley • November 2007

Planning & Funding The Planning Context The 08/09 Funding Mechanism Business & Provision Planning Len Tildsley • November 2007

The Planning Context

The 08/09 Funding Mechanism

Business & Provision Planning

Planning Process Len Tildsley • November 2007

Planning Software Len Tildsley • November 2007

Business Plan Updated for 08/09 Coordinated by schools Planned at Programme Team level Designed to address priorities May be reviewed by LSC for the 1 st time Tries to avoid SAR/QUIP overlap Len Tildsley • November 2007

Updated for 08/09

Coordinated by schools

Planned at Programme Team level

Designed to address priorities

May be reviewed by LSC for the 1 st time

Tries to avoid SAR/QUIP overlap

Structure Directed Actions Demand Addressing Priorities Learning Pathways Provision Changes Strategic Themes Agreed Targets Revenue Plan Capital Bids Len Tildsley • November 2007

Directed Actions

Demand

Addressing Priorities

Learning Pathways

Provision Changes

Strategic Themes

Agreed Targets

Revenue Plan

Capital Bids

Directed Actions Specific changes requested by senior management How they will be fulfilled Who will be responsible Improving efficiency Len Tildsley • November 2007

Specific changes requested by senior management

How they will be fulfilled

Who will be responsible

Improving efficiency

Demand Market analysis Historical trends Successes and Failures Competition Opportunities Marketing Len Tildsley • November 2007

Market analysis

Historical trends

Successes and Failures

Competition

Opportunities

Marketing

Addressing Priorities Young People 14-19 Work Placements Adult Skills Skills for Life Full Level 2 and 3 Higher Skills Employment skills Income Generation Len Tildsley • November 2007

Young People 14-19

Work Placements

Adult Skills

Skills for Life

Full Level 2 and 3

Higher Skills

Employment skills

Income Generation

Learning Pathways Progression Routes & Entry Criteria Full Time Part Time Employment Job Skills Apprenticeship Len Tildsley • November 2007

Progression Routes & Entry Criteria

Full Time

Part Time

Employment

Job Skills

Apprenticeship

Provision Changes New Provision Changed Provision Discontinued Provision Len Tildsley • November 2007

New Provision

Changed Provision

Discontinued Provision

Strategic Themes Employer Engagement VLE (Moodle) Implementation ILT in the classroom Curriculum Learning Centres Functional Skills & Embedding eILP Every Child Matters Len Tildsley • November 2007

Employer Engagement

VLE (Moodle) Implementation

ILT in the classroom

Curriculum Learning Centres

Functional Skills & Embedding

eILP

Every Child Matters

Agreed Targets Learner Numbers SLNs Retention Achievement Attendance Budget Surplus Len Tildsley • November 2007

Learner Numbers

SLNs

Retention

Achievement

Attendance

Budget Surplus

Revenue Plan Expenditure Staffing Agency Non Pay Income Funding Allocations Fees Len Tildsley • November 2007

Expenditure

Staffing

Agency

Non Pay

Income

Funding Allocations

Fees

Capital Bids Link to business plan Justification Impact if not agreed Len Tildsley • November 2007

Link to business plan

Justification

Impact if not agreed

Len Tildsley • November 2007

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