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Update on Ways of Measuring Success

Skills for Life Network

Latest newsletter outlining tools to measure success including non-accredited learning

The newsletter summarises the work being undertaken as part of Success for All to measure success. Of particular interest to the Skills for Life field will be work looking at Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement in Non-accredited Learning (RARPA). Click here for the newsletter.

The LSC’s new quality improvement pack can be found by clicking here.

“The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) has been working with the Department for Education and Skills (DfES),the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted)and the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI) to develop a broad and coherent set of measures of success that can properly recognise and celebrate all learners’achievements across the learning and skills sector,and gauge the success of providers.

Recognising and recording progress and achievement in non-accredited learning (RARPA) is a priority measure. It is the first to be piloted, evaluated and applied. RARPA applies to non-accredited learning and provides a way of recognising and recording learners’ success in this context.”

Click here for the document outlining the actions that need to be undertaken by providers to implement the process to recognise non-accredited progress and achievement.

 

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