Team Manager Services to Education and Business
July 1, 2021
Under the Baker Clause of the Technical and Further Education Act 2017, every school must ensure that a range of education and training providers are given the opportunity to access all students in years 8-13 to inform them about approved technical education qualifications or apprenticeships.
Every school is required to publish a policy statement that sets out their arrangements for provider access and they must ensure it is followed. The schools must also publish a policy statement detailing the various ways colleges and training providers will be allowed access, including details of:
The clause is enforced in three ways:
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