The Campaign for Learning will be featuring an article a day from contributors to its and NCFE's new paper ‘Future Proofing Apprenticeship Funding in England for the 2020s’.

Writing on what can be seen as the most sensitive aspect of apprenticeship policy at the moment - funding, the featured policy experts raise a number of important issues for consideration and debate and make recommendations on how apprenticeship funding can be future proofed into the 2020s.

Authors and Articles in the paper

  • Julian Gravatt, Association of Colleges on Apprenticeship Funding in England: A Busted Programme Budget
  • Kathleen Henehan, The Resolution Foundation on Apprenticeship Starts in England: Changes Since the Levy
  • John Cope, Confederation of Business Industry on Mending the English Apprenticeship Funding System
  • Jane Gratton, British Chambers of Commerce on Small Firms – In or Out of the Apprenticeship Levy?
  • Paul Nowak, TUC on Investing in High-Quality Accessible Apprenticeships
  • Adrian Anderson, UVAC on Directing Apprenticeship Funding to Raise Organisational Productivity
  • Mark Dawe, AELP on Apprenticeship Funding: Hard Choices, Even Harder Decisions               
  • Mark Hilton, London First on Apprenticeship Funding: Issues for London     
  • Andy Westwood, University of Manchester on Apprenticeship Funding: Issues for Greater Manchester
  • Mark Corney, Policy Consultant on Brexit, the UK Apprenticeship Levy and Apprenticeship Funding in England  

Read more and download the paper.