Understanding success rates and Minimum Levels of Performance
What they are and why they matter
Half day workshop
Minimum Levels of Performance (MLPs) are used by The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) as a quality standard against which every provider receiving public funding is measured. Whilst Government currently has no plans to apply MLPs to schools, it recognises that it is important for schools to understand success rates and MLPS.
This training explains what MLPs are, how they are applied to programmes and how they relate to success rates. It explores how the LAT (Learner Achievement Tracker) can be used to evaluate students’ performance. In addition it focuses on how MLPs have an impact on funding and curriculum planning and delivery.
Heads of Sixth, Curriculum Managers, Data Managers, Finance Managers/Bursars
By the end of training managers will have:
- Detailed knowledge of Minimum Levels of Performance measures and the factors that trigger a Notice to Improve
- An understanding of the relationship between success rates and minimum levels of performance
- Familiarity with how the Learner Achievement Tracker (LAT) can be used to monitor performance
Total cost: £300 – London-based delivery of sessions – for delivery of sessions outside London, please contact us for a quotation.