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Title: Presentation by Catherine Christie on Business Cycle Commissioning and Funding Models


1
Funding and Business Cycle, Commissioning
Catherine Christie Director of Learning, Planning
and Performance
2
Funding
01
3
LSC Funding
  • Comprehensive Spending Review settlement ensures
    the continued growth of funding for participation
    among young people and provision for learners
    with learning difficulties and/or disabilities -
    13.5
  • Increases expenditure on adult participation by
    535m - 17.5
  • Provides for over 2.3billion to spent on Capital
    improvements and investment 45.4 increase

4
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Funding Formula
  • Standard Learner Numbers (SLN)
  • National Funding Rate but with Transitional
    Protection in 2008/09 on a providers rate/SLN
  • Provider Factor calculated individually for
    each school, college and provider
  • Additional Learning Support (ALS)

6
16-18 Funding
  • Growth in 16-18 budget from 5,921m (2007-08) to
    6,775m (2010-11)
  • Increase in total 16-18 numbers from 1.472m
    (2007/08) to 1.516m (2010/11)
  • Reduction of 65,000 in 16-18 age group over CSR
    period
  • Significant increase in participation rate for 17
    year olds 79 (2007/08) to 85.8 (2010/11)

7
16-18 Funding (continued)
  • Funds will enable learner numbers in FE and
    school sixth forms (SSFs) to be maintained at
    2008/09 levels
  • Substantial growth planned in Apprenticeships
    238,000 (2007/08) to 281,000 (2010/11), 18
    increase

8
16-18 Funding Summary
  • Funding settlement will
  • Enable overall participation increase of young
    people
  • Support next steps in 14-19 reforms
  • Maintain learner numbers in FE and SSFs
  • Enable increased Apprenticeship places
  • Provide base rate increase of 2.1 in 2008/09
  • Give institutions reasonable stability to manage
    change up to 2010/11
  • Provide a 48 increase in funding for specialist
    provisions for learners with learning
    difficulties and/or disabilities (LLDD)

9
Adult Learner Priorities
  • Continuing emphasis on Skills for Life (SfL)
    literacy, numeracy, English for Speakers of Other
    Languages (ESOL)
  • Increase full Level 2 and full Level 3
    particularly focus on first full Level 2/Level 3
  • Funds set aside to support almost 384,000
    Foundation Learning Tier (FLT) learners in
    2010/11 (currently 375,000)

10
Adult Learner Priorities (continued)
  • Increase fees and full-cost income fee
    assumption to rise to 42.5 08/09, 47.5 2009/10,
    50 2010/11
  • Develop adult safeguarded learning and continue
    reforms of personal/community development
    learning (PCDL)

11
Adult and Employer Funding
  • Total funds for adults/employers increase from
    3,063m (2007-08) to 3,599m (2010-11)
  • Overall increase in adult/employer numbers from
    3.062m (2006/07) to 3.141m (2010/11)
  • Change in balance of funding
  • Increase in employer responsive budget from 990m
    to 1,587m
  • Decrease in adult learner responsive budget from
    1,751m to 1,674m

12
Adult Funding Summary
  • Funding settlement will
  • Target public funding on increasing social
    inclusion and economic success
  • Increase Skills for Life (SfL) funding (for all
    age groups) to over 1 billion by 2010-11
  • Maintain SfL ESOL funding at 2007/08 levels in
    real terms
  • Support substantial growth in full level 2 and
    full level 3 achievement
  • Maintain adult safeguarded funding at 2007/08
    levels
  • Provide transitional arrangements to help
    colleges/providers manage change effectively

13
Employer Funding Priorities
  • Train to Gain a Plan for Growth
  • Increase in learner numbers from 505,000
    (2006/07) to 1.2m (2010/11)
  • Enhance specialist provision through National
    Skills Academies
  • Integrate employment and skills

14
Employer Funding Summary
  • Funding settlement will
  • Support rapid expansion of Train to Gain service,
    to over 1 billion by 2010-11
  • Widen scope of Train to Gain including level 3
  • Enable an increase 19-25/25 Apprenticeships by
    19,000 from 2007/08 to 2010/11
  • Allocate 30m for 25 Apprenticeships in 2008-09
  • Support expansion of the National Employer
    Service

15
LLDD / Additional Learning Support
  • Maintain numbers of learners identifying learning
    difficulty/disability (LLDD)
  • Reform additional learning support (ALS)
  • Lower cost (under 5,500) funded partially by
    formula remainder negotiated
  • From 2009/10, improve coherence by bringing
    together higher cost ALS, specialist provision
    and Special Educational Needs (SEN) budgets

16
Regional Commissioning
02
17
Regional Commissioning Plans
  • Key audience - providers and partners
  • Sets out what the LSC will secure with public
    funding our priorities and what we wont fund
  • Proportion of negotiated/Open Competitive Tender
    provision set out
  • Sectoral trends and priorities aligned to
    Regional Economic Strategy
  • Highlight needs of particular groups

18
Agreements with providers
  • We will no longer agree development plans with
    providers funding agreements/contracts only
  • Summary statement of activity is output of
    discussion - forms basis of funding
    agreement/contract
  • Significant areas of agreed improvement and
    specific delivery priorities will be set out in
    the funding agreement/contract
  • Quality improvement is the responsibility of the
    provider move to self-regulation

19
Quality
  • Poor provision to be eliminated from 2008
  • Minimum levels of performance increased and
    extended to cover more areas of provision
  • Indicative MLP set for Train to Gain
  • Scope of Notices to Improve extended more
    triggers and a Notice to cover poor financial
    health and control
  • LSC will challenge and support performance of
    post-16 provision in schools and Academies
  • Underpinned by Improvement Strategy supporting
    colleges and providers to improve

20
Whats Next
  • Detailed Funding Guidance December (draft),
    March (final copy)
  • Plus provisional provider factors and SLN rates
  • Dialogue with Area Teams to agree funding
    allocations / minimum contract values
  • New demand-led funding systems operational in
    August 2008
  • Regional Commissioning Plan December (draft),
    January (final copy)

21
Planning for 2008/09
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SW Commissioning Priorities
03
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SW Commissioning Priorities
(in line with national assumptions but further
work needed)
  • Young People
  • Develop September Guarantee so that Yr 11 and 12
    receive offer of a place before completing year
  • Increase participation in learning by 1.5
  • 9 more to complete an Apprenticeship
  • At least 80 to achieve Level 2 by age 19

24
SW Commissioning Priorities
(in line with national assumptions but further
work needed)
  • Adults
  • Target public investment in FLT, Skills for Life
    and Level 2 at priority groups of learners
  • 8,700 to achieve Entry Level 3 (or above)
    numeracy skills for the first time
  • 70,000 to access safeguarded adult learning
  • 12,800 adults to achieve full Level 2 in college
    based, non-employer funded provision

25
SW Commissioning Priorities
(in line with national assumptions but further
work needed)
  • Employers
  • Extend the Train to Gain offer and encourage
    Local Employment Partnerships
  • Support 94,600 adult employees in learning
  • Engage 6,500 employers through Train to Gain
  • 36,900 adult employees to achieve Full Level 2
  • through Train to Gain and Apprenticeships

26
Priorities 2008/09
  • Creating demand for learning and skills
  • Transforming the FE system to meet demand
  • Delivering better skills, better jobs, better
    lives
  • Invest in people to give them the skills
  • they need for success in work and life
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