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Circular 03/09 : Success for All : implementation of the framework for quality and success : arrangements for agreeing three-year development plans and three-year funding, including headline improvement and floor targets

Learning and Skills Council (LSC), corp creator. (2003) Circular 03/09 : Success for All : implementation of the framework for quality and success : arrangements for agreeing three-year development plans and three-year funding, including headline improvement and floor targets.

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Abstract

"Circulars 03/01 and 03/02 set out the Learning and Skills Council’s proposals for the implementation of the framework for quality and success. Consultation on the proposals ended on the 25th April 2003. This circular has taken account of the responses made to the proposals and sets out the arrangements for agreeing three-year development plans and headline improvement targets. It also outlines other aspects of the new framework including arrangements for three-year funding and national floor targets for success rates. The circular is addressed to further education colleges; specialist designated institutions; higher education institutions with further education provision; providers of work-based learning; employers delivering Council-funded provision; local authorities (former external institutions, adult and community learning provision and, where relevant, work-based learning); independent former external institutions; Ufi/learndirect hubs; and specialist colleges for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The document does not apply to school sixth forms. This circular supersedes Circulars 03/01 and 03/02" -- front cover.

Item Type: Document from Web
Publisher: Learning and Skills Council
Depositing User: lscback
Date Deposited: 19 Jan 2012 15:11
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2012 21:22
URI: http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/id/eprint/13574
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