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Sue Attewell

Head of Change for FE and Skills,
Jisc

Sue has a strong background in education and skills having worked in the sector for over fifteen years. She has worked across charities, government agencies, local colleges, councils and LEPs. A majority of this activity focussed on skills and economic development, where the emphasis was on building a skills pipeline responsive to future needs of employers and ensuring all individuals have the necessary skills and support to move into sustainable employment. At Jisc, Sue is responsible for setting the organisation’s vision and developing new products and services for the FE and skills sector, including the development of Jisc’s pilot national learning analytics service for FE (the first of its kind anywhere in the world).

Join sector leaders as they share leading examples and practical insights in ensuring excellence and delivering quality in the development of higher and degree apprenticeship schemes

  • Sharing insights and the challenges of establishing a successful contract between a provider, employer or subcontractor and ensuring key performance indicators are delivered upon
  • Understanding how sector leading providers developed their costing and pricing strategies in collaboration with employers
  • Evaluating how a provider can ensure financial accountability and the effective delivery of a funding model across a scheme
  • Monitoring and reviewing student progression through an apprenticeship programme through successful evidencing up to the end point assessment
  • Ensuring regulatory compliance in the establishment of a course in line with the Apprenticeship Performance and Management Rules