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CHILDREN'S WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL TO GO

 

As part of the Government’s arm's-length body review and ongoing commitment to channel as much resource as possible directly to the frontline, Children’s Minister Sarah Teather announced the Department is withdrawing investment from the Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC). The Secretary of State for Education has written to the chair of CWDC to confirm this decision and explain that the CWDC will cease to be a non-departmental public body with its functions brought into the Department.

 

In the letter, the Secretary of State praised the hard work and dedication of CWDC's staff and acknowledged its significant contribution in leading workforce reform and improving life chances for children and young people since it was established in 2005.

 

Michael Gove confirmed in his letter that the Department's staff will work closely with CWDC on a detailed plan for the transfer of work, to ensure that current business continues to be delivered and essential business maintained. The Department’s officials will work with CWDC to continue to secure employers’ engagement in workforce development.

 

 

You can download a copy of Michael Gove's letter to the Chair of the CWDC from here

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CHILDREN'S WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL TO GO

 

As part of the Government’s arm's-length body review and ongoing commitment to channel as much resource as possible directly to the frontline, Children’s Minister Sarah Teather announced the Department is withdrawing investment from the Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC). The Secretary of State for Education has written to the chair of CWDC to confirm this decision and explain that the CWDC will cease to be a non-departmental public body with its functions brought into the Department.

 

In the letter, the Secretary of State praised the hard work and dedication of CWDC's staff and acknowledged its significant contribution in leading workforce reform and improving life chances for children and young people since it was established in 2005.

 

Michael Gove confirmed in his letter that the Department's staff will work closely with CWDC on a detailed plan for the transfer of work, to ensure that current business continues to be delivered and essential business maintained. The Department’s officials will work with CWDC to continue to secure employers’ engagement in workforce development.

 

 

You can download a copy of Michael Gove's letter to the Chair of the CWDC from here

What exactly does that mean? Will there be no early years advisors?

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also announced

 

 

http://www.education.gov.uk/childrenandyou...ildrens-centres

 

The reforms include

 

 

* removing the requirement to offer full day care for Sure Start children’s Centres in the most deprived areas, which is largely unused and taking resources away from the frontline

* reducing bureaucracy for professionals in Sure Start children’s Centres in the most deprived areas by removing the requirement to hire someone with both Qualified Teacher and Early Years Professional status.

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