Conference, session 1.1 Everything you want to know about college funding 14 November 2017 P. Mucklow, K Smith, J. Gravatt Funding Colleges: Changes and Trends AoC Conference 14 November 2017 Peter Mucklow Keith Smith Outline 2017 to 2018 funding report Financial health trends Area Review implementation progress
T levels and Work Placements Apprenticeships AEB Devolution SR 15 framework to 2020 16-19 Funding Adult Funding Stable framework Flat cash settlement National funding rate for 16/17 YOs protected Allocated by block grant Savings for 2019-20 on track English and maths
condition of funding tolerance confirmed Adult Learner Loans facility values rolled forward Support for Loan growth but more structured approach and performance management 16-19 Allocations changes for 2017/18 Cohort down by c.35,000 (1.8%) Student numbers down by c. 38,000 (3.2%) Programme Funding down by 187m (3.5%) Formula Protection Funding from 43m to 24m 16-19 College Allocations 2017/18 16-19 College Allocations 2017/18
Adult Allocations 2017/18 AEB: 2016/17 ACTUAL DELIVERY COMPARED TO 2017/18 CONTRACT VALUES FECs - Operating loss/profits Proportion of colleges making an operating loss. 2013/14: 46% 2014/15: 38% 2015/16: 38% 2016/17: 48% Median college operating profit 2013/14: 0.4% 2014/15: 0.7% 2015/16: 0.9% 2016/17: 0.2%
Sources: GFE Finance records 2013/14 to 2015/16; Financial plan 2017 for 2016/17 Note: National college figures are excluded FECs Income and borrowing Sources: GFE Finance records 2013/14 to 2015/16; Financial plan 2017 for 2016/17 and 2017/18 Note: National college figures are excluded Trends in Financial Health - FECs Sources: GFE Finance records 2013/14 to 2015/16; Financial plan 2017 for 2016/17 Note: National college figures are excluded AR Implementation Changing FE Sector Total number of colleges has reduced by 14% by September 2017 300 250
Number of Further Education Colleges 2015 - 2018 241 225 212 183 200 150 Predicted to fall by 27% by September 2018 13 Colleges have come out of inadequate financial health as a result of mergers at 1 October 2017
100 50 0 Aug 15 Mar 17 Sept 17 Sept 18 Number of Sixth Form Colleges 2015-2018 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30
20 10 0 93 89 74 61 Aug 15 Mar 17 Sept 17 Sept 18 AR Progress on Recommendations 57 Mergers Recommended 60
50 40 30 24 6 20 10 27 0 Number yet to be implemented Implemented with changes Implemented as recommended 57% of the mergers planned have been achieved 82% of completed mergers were as
originally recommended AR Progress on Recommendations 30 24 Mergers not yet implemented 25 20 11 15 10 5 3 10 0
Number not progressing Number on track with changes Number on track as recommended Of the 11 mergers not progressing, 5 colleges undertaking a SPA to identify new merger partner AR Progress on Recommendations 35 31 Academy Conversions Recommended 30 25 14 20
15 10 17 5 0 Implemented Yet to be implemented 54% of academy conversions planned have been achieved AR Completed Recommendations NORTHERN AREA Implemented as Recommended SOUTH TYNESIDE COLLEGE/TYNE METROPOLITAN COLLEGE FURNESS COLLEGE/BARROW-IN-FURNESS SIXTH FORM
COLLEGE Implemented with changes MID-CHESHIRE COLLEGE/WARRINGTON COLLEGIATE HARTLEPOOL SIXTH FORM COLLEGE/SUNDERLAND COLLEGE WEST CHESHIRE COLLEGE/SOUTH CHESHIRE COLLEGE CARLISLE COLLEGE/NCG DONCASTER COLLEGE/NORTH LINDSEY COLLEGE AR Completed Recommendations SOUTHERN AND SOUTH WEST AREAs Implemented as Recommended
HILLCROFT COLLEGE (INCORPORATED) LIMITED/RICHMOND ADULT COMMUNITY COLLEGE LEWISHAM SOUTHWARK COLLEGE/NCG SOUTH THAMES COLLEGE/CARSHALTON COLLEGE/KINGSTON COLLEGE COLLEGE OF NORTH WEST LONDON/CITY OF WESTMINSTER COLLEGE HARROW COLLEGE/UXBRIDGE COLLEGE AYLESBURY COLLEGE AND AMERSHAM/WYCOMBE COLLEGE EAST BERKSHIRE COLLEGE/STRODE'S COLLEGE TOWER HAMLETS COLLEGE/REDBRIDGE COLLEGE
NORTHBOOK COLLEGE/CITY COLLEGE BRIGHTON AND HOVE TOWER HAMLETS COLLEGE/HACKNEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE WESTMINSTER KINGSWAY COLLEGE/CITY OF ISLINGTON COLLEGE PALMER'S COLLEGE/SEEVIC COLLEGE CENTRAL SUSSEX COLLEGE/CHICHESTER COLLEGE SOUTH DOWNS COLLEGE/HAVANT COLLEGE Implemented with changes COLLEGE OF HARINGEY, ENFIELD AND NE LONDON/WKCIC AR Completed Recommendations MIDLANDS AREA Implemented as Recommended
NORTH WARWICKSHIRE/AND SOUTH LEICESTERSHIRE COLLEGE SHREWSBURY COLLEGE OF ART & TECHNOLOGY/SHREWSBURY SIXTH FORM COLLEGE SOUTH WORCESTERSHIRE/WARWICKSHIRE COLLEGE NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME COLLEGE/STAFFORD COLLEGES GREAT YARMOUTH COLLEGE/LOWESTOFT COLLEGE BOURNVILLE COLLEGE/SOUTH & CITY COLLEGE BIRMINGHAM CITY COLLEGE COVENTRY/HENLEY COLLEGE COVENTRY HUNTINGDONSHIRE REGIONAL COLLEGE/CAMBRIDGE REGIONAL COLLEGE CENTRAL COLLEGE NOTTINGHAM/NEW COLLEGE NOTTINGHAM (NCN) DEARNE VALLEY COLLEGE/RNN BEDFORD COLLEGE/TRESHAM COLLEGE OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION Restructuring Facility
47 applications received Including 25 SFCs who plan to convert to academy status Remaining 22 are GFEs 10 have been fully approved to date (120m) Total spend to date is over 60m. Funding must be spent before March 2019 so any additional cases must act quickly Work Placement CDF T levels What we know now To be clarified Level 3 - Skilled Employment and progression
Content for each T level How will work for adults 900 hours plus per year Tech qualification, E&Ms, Work placement Fit with level 2 and Transition Year
Funding levels/methodology Aligned to Apps standards under IFA Accountability system Certification system Schedule of 11 Routes panels in place for first 6
Additional support to providers Co-creation and co-delivery Work Placement Capacity & Delivery Guidance published on Gov.UK in September E mails to all eligible providers by 20 October Webinar 1st Nov and now on .Gov.uk Implementation Plans by 24 November Responses December February Allocations Feb March for 16 months Apr 18 July 19 Distribution: 199 FE Colleges could share 52.8m 64 SF Colleges could share 3.7m 1,201 Other providers could share 8.4m
Apprenticeships A quick guide to the apprenticeship service 2020 Service Vision DfE learner Considering my options Apprentice Employer Selling apprenticeships Landing page Evaluation & estimation
Selecting a standard Discovery Self evaluation Undertake assessment No standard available Selecting a provider & end point assessor Engaging with Employer Post-registration access
Provider Opportunity nder Attracting EPAOs End Point Assessment Organisation Inspiration Join the Register Find / Advertise apprenticeship Reach agreement Payment Conrming costs
AApprentice p p r e n tic e EEmployer m p lo y e r PProvider r o v id e r EEnd n d Point P o in Assessment t A s s e s s m e n t o r g a n is a tio n the InInstitute InInterface te r fa c ewith w ith s titu teforf Apprenticeships o r A p p r e n tis h ip s DDFE f E lelearner a r n e r(under (u n d construction)
e r c o n s tr u c tio n ) Apprenticeship Service Roadmap Dec 2017 Forecasting for employers April 2018 Employers can transfer funds Tasks and activities Changes can be made to apprentices until payment Apprentice search introduced Employers can download transactions Accurate start and
end date reporting in employers account Improved visibility of data for support team Enhanced content and guidance for employers and providers Provider search Streamlined process for new providers Providers can trigger changes to live apprentices Changes to apprentices can be made without the need to stop and start. Additional payments shown in employers accounts Employers can request
apprentice certification within their accounts Employers can select their End Point Assessment Organisation July 2018 Oct 2018 Pilots begin for nonlevy payers Providers will trigger cohort creation By August, apprentice data will be taken from the ILR, improving the double lock process Employers can post vacancies collaboratively with training providers
Improvements to access levels for employers Sub Accounts for employers Improved access to data for support team Apr 2019 Non-levy paying employers can manage funding through the apprenticeship service Employer feedback introduced on Find Apprenticeship Training Improved marketing and dynamic content
for employers, providers, apprentices and End Point Assessment Organisations College delivery to employers College Delivery to employers Register of apprenticeship training providers Opportunity now to review the current register in the context of the 2020 Apprenticeship programme vision. Areas to be reviewed: Relationship with future procurements
Differentiation on provider experience and track record Enables new providers and employers to access the apprenticeship market Pass or fail? Devolution of Adult Education Budget (AEB) For 2018/19: Under influence funding allocations Potential transitional year arrangement Full devolution to Mayoral Combined Authorities and Greater London Authority in 2019/20 Manage a smooth transition of the existing 556m ESF Programme beyond July 2018 Support MCAs in developing approaches to utilise AEB as match funding for further ESF investment beyond the current
arrangements Funding Colleges: Changes and Trends AoC Conference 14 November 2017 Peter Mucklow Keith Smith Any questions? Session finishes by 1245
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