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Title: Simon Gotch Chairman British Council Roundtable Discussion Delhi 22nd August 2009


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Simon Gotch Chairman British Council
Roundtable Discussion Delhi 22nd August 2009
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Skills Training UK
  • Skills Training UK was established in 1992 and
    now trains around 40,000 people per year in a
    wide range of vocational skills.
  • Our aim is to support an individual or
    organisation to realise their potential.
  • Customers include
  • The long term unemployed with multiple and deep
    rooted barriers to employment
  • Employed people wishing to enhance their career
    prospects and job security
  • Employers wishing to recruit, train and retain
    quality staff.
  • We are Government funded and have been a Prime
    Contractor since 2006.

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The UK Marketplace
  • Major developments in last 5 years
  • Prime Contracting
  • Greater flexibility and personalisation of
    delivery to the individual and the employer
  • Greater focus on Output related funding
  • Much more Employer Engagement at an earlier stage
  • Full recognition of the private sector

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What may support the Indian Model?
  • Use the Prime Contract model to deliver quality
    and scale fast
  • Use the Private Sector for their agility,
    expertise, performance and profit focus.
  • Implement a funding model that pays for outputs.
  • Engage with Employers at the earliest
    opportunity. Make training demand led.
  • Minimise bureaucracy and government agency
    interference.
  • Integrate Employability and Skills to offer a
    seamless solution.
  • Use technology to drive efficiency and
    performance.

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Independent frameworks are essential
  • Sector Skills Councils that represent employers
    of all sizes
  • Independent and consistent Assessment and
    Certification structures
  • Independent Quality Assessment and Audit
    Framework
  • Excellent Contract Management Processes

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