Key priorities for apprenticeship funding in England – WEmF policy conference – speakers: DfE & IfATE – 21st October 2021

Key priorities for apprenticeship funding in England – WEmF policy conference – speakers: DfE & IfATE – 21st October 2021

This full-scale conference is easily accessed online for full participation

Westminster Employment Forum policy conference

Apprenticeship funding in England – next steps for targeting, flexibility, funding bands, reducing bureaucracy, and widening business participation

Morning, Thursday, 21st October 2021

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with Jonathan Childs, Deputy Director, Apprenticeships Strategy, COVID-19 Recovery and Funding Policy, Education and Skills Funding Agency, Department for Education

Jane Pierce, Deputy Director, Engineering, Construction and Transport, Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education
and Bhavina Bharkhada, Make UK; Mark Cameron, The 5% Club; Nav Chohan, West Yorkshire Skills Partnership and West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges; Alissa Dhaliwal, CBI; Noel Dunne, Creative Alliance and Greater Birmingham and Solihull Training Providers Network; Teresa Frith, Association of Colleges; Joanne Harper, Activate Learning Education Trust; Lucy Hunte, Health Education England; Jennifer Kimber, ScreenSkills; Becci Newton, Institute for Employment Studies; Professor Amit Nigam, Cass Business School, City University of London; Paul Skerry, BAM Construction; Fiona Stilwell, Activate Apprenticeships; and Councillor Daniel Walton, Malvern Hills District Council

Chaired by:

Rt Hon the Lord Lilley

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