logging in or signing up Skills Active mattrivitt Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 128 Category: Others/ Misc License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: March 12, 2008 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript The future workforce for sport: The future workforce for sport Steve Woolland Sector Manager for SportThe future workforce for sport: The future workforce for sport What is SkillsActive Workforce Development Planning National Skills Academy Active Analyser Active Passport Working with SkillsActive SkillsActive: SkillsActive What we are… UK wide The voice of employers What we do… Workforce Development for sport REPS Sector Qualifications Strategies 14-19 diploma Apprenticeships UKCC quality assurance SkillsActive Priorities: SkillsActive Priorities Improve quality and range of provision Improve recruitment and retention Professionalise and upskill the existing workforce Match funding supply to training demand Redirect funding for training Increase sector investment in our people Slide5: Technical Expert Group SkillsActive Training Qualifications Workforce Development Plan Workforce Development National Occupational Standards Endorsed QualificationsSPORT & ACTIVE LEISURE: SPORT & ACTIVE LEISURE SKILLS ACADEMY IN BUSINESS PLANNING STAGE Replace this placeholder with a black and white Level 1 image (see Appendix) To revolutionise the industry by providing one, single coherent approach to the very best skills training in the sector Aims…: Aims… An industry recognised in its own right for its professionalism A sector at the heart of best practice skills training A sector genuinely open to all, offering work opportunities throughout every community in England, and at all skills levels. An industry hugely attractive to young people, to black and minority ethnic, disability groups and women, because of its ability to provide essential generic, and employability, skills.Objectives…: Objectives… At Level 2 - more school leavers entering the workforce with suitable employability skills and less workers without a Level 2 qualification At Levels 2/3 - more workers gaining technical qualifications At Level 4 - more staff progressing onto management and leadership roles Active Analyser: Active Analyser Improve and simplify the collection of training and organisational needs Individuals: IndividualsOne-page registration: One-page registrationIdentify job/role(s): Identify job/role(s)Get detail about job skills: Get detail about job skillsAdd relevant qualifications: Add relevant qualificationsLink to qualification detail on NDAQ: Link to qualification detail on NDAQReport on skills requirements: Report on skills requirementsTNA and action database: TNA and action databaseOrganisations: OrganisationsOne-page workplace data: One-page workplace dataIdentify jobs/roles: Identify jobs/rolesEmployees, volunteers, vacancies: Employees, volunteers, vacanciesSkills gap report: Skills gap reportSkill detail links: Skill detail linksOrganisational needs analysis: Organisational needs analysisSlide25: www.activepassport.com A tool that shows online the skills and qualifications of people in our sector Slide26: Encourages personal development On-line repository for ALL skills, qualifications and achievements Verified by 3rd parties stake holder accessible Tracks CPD Helps track your progress toward a qualification Sign posting to career paths, courses, training and employment Automatically converts into sophisticated CV Volunteering Page: Volunteering PageInteractive Careers Pathway: Interactive Careers Pathway Demonstrate clear entry points and progression routes which demonstrate the diversity of the sector and promote the sector as an attractive placed to workQuestions: Questions You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.