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Title: Young People


1
Young Peoples Choices After Year
11 Parents/Carers
2
The law has changed Raising the Participation
Age
From June 2013 all young people by law will be
required to continue in education or training
until the end of the academic year in which they
become 17
3
What choices do young people have after year 11?
Full-time academic or vocational courses at a
school/academy sixth form, FE or sixth form
college, or training provider
an Apprenticeship or other work based learning
route
Employment (self or employed) or Volunteering
with Training.
4
The benefits of Raising the Participation Age to
young people
5
Full Time Education
This includes Staying on at school/academy sixth
form or an FE/sixth form college to study AS/A
Levels Vocational Qualifications such as
BTECs Foundation Learning programmes GCSEs Undert
aking full time education can provide young
people with the academic and/or vocational skills
to progress into further/higher education or work
with training.
6
Apprenticeships
  • What are Apprenticeships?
  • Apprentices are employed for at least 30 hours
    per week and earn a wage.
  • Apprenticeships work alongside experienced staff
    to gain job-specific skills.
  • Apprentices attend a specialist college or
    training organisation on a day-release basis.
    Sometimes the training is delivered and assessed
    in house by the employer.
  • Apprenticeships may take between one and four
    years to complete depending on the level of the
    Apprenticeship, the learners ability and industry
    sector.
  • Apprentices will be in employment for most of the
    time as most training takes place on the job.
  • National Apprenticeship Service -
    www.apprenticeships.org.uk

7
Employment or Volunteering with Training
If the young people chooses to work (be self
employed or employed) or volunteer for 20
hours per week and for more than 8 weeks in a
row, you must take part in some part-time study/
training. If an employer does not deliver in-
house recognised training they will need to
ensure they provide 16-17 year old employees with
the opportunity to study/ train off site for 280
hours per year (equivalent to approximately 1.day
per week). Access can be flexible e.g. day/half
day release, twilight sessions or block release.
8
What will training involve?
  • Exactly what the training will involve and where
    it will take place will be for the young person
    and the employer to decide.
  • Young people may continue with Maths(Numeracy)
    and English (Literacy) if they have not already
    achieved level 2 in these subjects.
  • Undertake Vocational qualifications relating to
    employment.
  • All training must be accredited (approved by an
    Awarding Organisation) and will develop the young
    persons work and employment skills appropriately.

9
Why do young people now have to stay in education
or training for longer at 16?
10
Legal Responsibilities
11
Legal Responsibilities
12
Remember
Education and training for 16-18 year olds is
free. If you think your young person will
struggle with other costs of full time learning
e.g as travel or equipment, they may be able to
get support from a Bursary. Contact the post-16
provider for details. If your young person
becomes employed or follows an Apprenticeship
they will receive a wage and will not have to pay
any training costs.
13
Where can you and your child find additional
support?
  • School Senior Management Team
  • School Youth Support Service (YSS)Advisor
  • DfE website http//www.education.gov.uk/childrenan
    dyoungpeople/youngpeople/participation/rpa
  • East Riding 14-19 Website http//www.eriding.net/1
    4-19/
  • National Apprenticeship Service
    http//www.apprenticeships.org.uk/About-Us/Nationa
    l-Apprenticeship-Service.aspx
  • Log on Move on
  • https//www.logonmoveon.co.uk/CAP/Home.aspx

14
Where can you find additional information?
  • More detailed Frequently asked Questions sheets
    on www.logonmoveon.co.uk
  • Post 16 providers contact details on
    www.logonmoveon.co.uk
  • Youth Support Service, ERYC 01482 392824 or
    email yss_at_eastriding.gov.uk
  • Frequently Asked Question sheets on
  • http//www.logonmoveon.co.uk
  • Post-16 providers see their contact details on
    http//
  • www.logonmoveon.co.uk
  • 14-19 your life, your options
    www.direct.gov.uk/en/
  • EducationAndLearning/14To19/index.htm
  • Money to learn www.direct.gov.uk/en/
  • EducationAndLearning/14To19/MoneyToLearn/ind
    ex.htm

15
  • Bursaries contact the post-16 provider
  • Post-16 travel to school/college
    www2.eastriding.
  • gov.uk/learning/schools-colleges-and-academi
    es/schooltransport/
  • home-to-school-transport
  • National Careers Service
  • https//nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk
    or to contact
  • an adviser tel 0800 100 900 or text 07766
    4 13 2 19
  • Apprenticeships www.apprenticeships.org.uk/
  • National Apprenticeship Service
    www.apprenticeships.org.uk/About-Us/National-Appr
    enticeship-Service.aspx

16
Young people who learn or train for longer- keep
their job options stronger!
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