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Higher Vocational Education: Building Progression ... - Linking London

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Higher Vocational Education: Building

Progression in London

An opportunity to share the findings and

outcomes of the LSIS Building Progression

Project

AoC London/Linking London Dissemination

Seminar: HE in FE

City of Westminster College, 24 July 2013


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SYNOPSIS

1. New Challenges New Chances set out FE’s

particular role in delivering distinctive, vocational

higher education and progression.

2. This Project aims to develop and promote the

identity and value of London Higher Vocational

Education by: the next slide follows on.


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AIMS and OUTCOMES

1. Providing evidence on existing patterns of progression

from FE into HE

2. Identifying gaps in key sectors which are critical to

London’s economy

3. Promoting alternative vocational pathways on offer in

London


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BENEFITS and IMPACT

• Better information and understanding for working with

prospective students and employers

• Better understanding of specific growth sectors in

London – linked to the labour market

• Better signalling for potential course development to

reflect London growth sectors


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• Enhanced information about a distinctive College

HE experience – strong vocational, part-time, and

flexible

• Better signposting of alternative vocational

pathways on offer in London

• Sector specific material for staff


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Activity

FE vocational and apprenticeship progression:

contribute to pan London Research report

Dates/Timescale

Jan 2012-April 2013

Research to be completed by April 2013

Focus group research Jan 2012-May 2013

To be completed by end of May 2013

London’s Economy: analysis of pathways in key

sectors

Recommendations on course development and

transition pathways in key sectors

Jan 2012- early May 2013

Analysis completed by early May 2013

Jan 2012- end of May 2013

Summary produced by end of May 2013

Design and production of toolkit January-June 2013

Materials developed using research and report

completed by June 2013

Dissemination and promotional event for wider partners 24 th July 2013


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• AoC London Regional Committee

• AoC London/Linking London Joint Task Group

• Our partners: Project Progression Advisory Group

• AoC and Linking London networks, fora & briefings

London partners: networks and connections

• Keynote dissemination event 24 th July 2013


HE students taught at London

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Institutions (HEFCE)

FTEs 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

HEI registered HEI taught 274,420 282,195 292,340

HEI registered FEC taught 5,480 4,815 4,835

FEC registered FEC taught 3,765 3,690 4,025

OU distance learners 9,005 8,950 9,795

Other distance learners 1,620 1,875 2,060

Other teaching providers 2,910 3,960 4,210

Total 297,205 305,490 317,265


Number of London Further Education Colleges offering

courses

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sector areas

(HEFCE)

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Numbers

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HE students taught within specific subject

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FECs, for the cohort 2010-11.

(HEFCE)

Medicine and dentistry

Subjects allied to Medicine

Total FTE

Biological Sciences

Veterinary sciences

Agriculture and related subjects

Total

headcount

Physical Sciences

Mathematical Sciences

Computer Science

Engineering and Technology

Architecture, Building and Planning

Social studies

Law

Business and Administrative studies

Mass Communications and Documentation

Languages

Historical and Philosophical studies

Creative Arts and Design

Education

Initial Teacher Training

Geographical studies

Combined

0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500


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Levels of HE study offered by London FECs, based on student FPEs

2010/11 (HEFCE)

(The percentage figures in brackets represent the average for England.)


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COLLEGE HE

LOCAL

VOCATIONAL

PART TIME

MORE LIKELY

over AGE 25

DIVERSITY


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Questions

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