Frameworks under development

There are currently 68 frameworks that are listed as being under development.

Marketing (England)

This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. It will attract new talent into the marketing industry and will help to up skill the workforce to meet employer skills priorities. Intermediate apprentices will work in job roles such as marketing assistant, market research assistant or events management assistant. Advanced apprentices will work in job roles such as marketing officer, advertising account executive or market researcher.

Issue number: 11
Framework ID: FR04290
Issuer: Instructus

Marketing (Wales)

This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in Wales. It will attract new talent into the marketing industry and will help to up skill the workforce to meet employer skills priorities. Foundation Apprentices will work in job roles such as marketing assistant, market research assistant or events management assistant. Apprentices will work in job roles such as marketing officer, advertising account executive or market researcher.

Issue number: 9
Framework ID: FR04289
Issuer: Instructus

Higher Apprenticeship in Business & Professional Administration - Level 4 (England)

Around 4.5 million people are engaged in the running of businesses in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in the UK. This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers by attracting new talent into a career in business and administration and help to up skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire. Higher apprentices will work in roles such as office managers, administration team leaders, personal assistants or business development executives.
 

Issue number: 13
Framework ID: FR04220
Issuer: Instructus

Social enterprise (Wales)

This Social Enterprise framework is designed to meet the skills needs of the diverse range of social enterprises in the public, private and third sectors, in terms of stage of development, size and nature of business activities. It will support the development of both understanding of the nature and value of social enterprises and enterprising skills amongst new and/or existing members of staff, to address the challenges and opportunities faced by social enterprises in ensuring stability and growing. Given the focus on the development of e...

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR04286
Issuer: Instructus

Customer Service (Wales)

The Customer Service Apprenticeship and Foundation Apprenticeship in Wales respond to the employer need for high levels of customer service skills within a wide range of organisations. Customer service skills are transferable across sectors and can be applied to many job roles. The Apprenticeships are primarily aimed at individuals whose job role is dedicated to customer service as an occupation, for example Foundation Apprentices may be Customer Service Trainees, Assistants and Representatives/Agents, whilst Apprentices may be Customer...

Issue number: 14
Framework ID: FR04148
Issuer: Instructus

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools (England)

Appropriately trained and deployed staff, supporting teaching and learning in schools, play a crucial role in supporting pupils, parents and colleagues. Employers have helped to design these revised Apprenticeships to support the increasing demand for trained support staff in schools, attract new people to the sector, upskill the workforce and replace those who leave or retire. The Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship is applicable to learning support staff whose responsibilities at work are closely supervised. The Level 3 Advanced Apprentice...

Issue number: 13
Framework ID: FR04268
Issuer: Learning and Skills Improvement Service

Management (England)

This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. It will attract new talent into management and will help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire. Intermediate apprentices will work in job roles such as team/section leaders, floor managers, helpdesk managers and trainee supervisors. Advanced apprentices will work in job roles such as first line, section, assistant or trainee managers, senior supervisors and junior non-commissioned offic...

Issue number: 21
Framework ID: FR04228
Issuer: Instructus

framework created: 07-Feb-2018 (Wales)

Issue number: 1
Framework ID: FR04234
Issuer: Creative Skillset

Contact Centre Operations (England)

The Contact Center Operations Intermediate and Advanced Apprenticeships in England were developed in response to employers need for high levels skills in contact centres in a wide range of organisations. They have been developed, with the help of employers, to widen the pool of potential recruits into the Contact Centre industry and to up skill the existing workforce to meet their skills priorities.

Intermediate apprentices will work in job roles such as Trainee Agent, Contact Centre Agent, Help Desk Operative, Sales Advisor, Custome...

Issue number: 17
Framework ID: FR04222
Issuer: Instructus

Professional Services (Wales)

This Higher Apprenticeship represents a progression route into the professional services. The professional services provide support to businesses, helping them to improve and grow.

It will provide employers with a model to meet their need for a professionally qualified and skilled workforce by giving Higher Apprentices the required skills and knowledge, and to access a more diverse talent pool.

The framework consists of 3 pathways at Level 7, in Accountancy, Audit and Tax, taking the Higher Apprentices all the way to chartere...

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR04177
Issuer: Financial Skills Partnership

Legal Practice (Wales)

The new Higher Apprenticeship Framework will create a new vocational pathway to train as a Solicitor for new and existing staff in the sector.

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR03916
Issuer: Skills for Justice (Justice, Community Safety and Legal Services)

Children and Young People's Workforce (England)

  • This framework is to develop knowledge and skills relating to the Children & Young People’s Workforce (Early Years Educator; Children's Social Care; Residential Childcare).
  • At L2 (Intermediate Apprenticeship), the qualification confirms competence under supervision in these areas and serves as a progression pathway to the required qualification at level 3 and above for registration and regulatory requirements in the sector.
  • At L3 (Advanced Apprenticeship), the ...

    Issue number: 26
    Framework ID: FR04203
    Issuer: Skills for Care & Development

Higher Apprenticeship in Professional Services - Level 7 (England)

This Higher Apprenticeship represents a progression route into the professional services. The professional services provide support to businesses, helping them to improve and grow.

It will provide employers with a model to meet their need for a professionally qualified, highly skilled workforce by giving Higher Apprentices the required skills and knowledge, and to access a more diverse talent pool.

The framework consists of 3 pathways at Level 7, in Accountancy, Audit and Tax, taking the Higher Apprentices all ...

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR04175
Issuer: Financial Skills Partnership

Coaching - non-statutory (Wales)

 

The Apprenticeship in Coaching is designed for those individuals who wish to gain a broad, but solid foundation to allow them to follow a career in the active leisure sector as a coach in the context of a specific sport.
In active leisure, roles covered by this framework tend to be more of a community and/or club focus, and apprentices are often employed in community settings as community sport coaches or club coaches.

 

However the advanced level pathway also caters for coaching at elite levels.

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Issue number: 4
Framework ID: FR03876
Issuer: SkillsActive

Coaching (England)

The Apprenticeship in Coaching is designed for those individuals who wish to gain a broad, but solid foundation to allow them to follow a career in the active leisure sector as a coach in the context of a specific sport.
In active leisure, roles covered by this framework tend to be more of a community and/or club focus, and apprentices are often employed in community settings as community sport coaches or club coaches. However the advanced level pathway also caters for coaching at elite levels.

The expectation is...

Issue number: 12
Framework ID: FR03856
Issuer: SkillsActive

Nail Services - non-statutory (Wales)

The Nail Services framework provides a development pathway in Nail Services.

There are two levels of Apprenticeship contained in this framework:

Foundation Apprenticeship

Usually takes 18 months to complete. A learner may work as a junior nail technician or junior manicurist.

Apprenticeship

Usually takes 24 months to complete. A learner may work as a nail technician and will be able to offer a full range of nail extensions and develop specialist skills in all aspects ...

Issue number: 3
Framework ID: FR03871
Issuer: SkillsActive

Higher Apprenticeship in Outdoor Adventure Senior Management and Leadership (England)

Issue number: 1
Framework ID: FR00807
Issuer: SkillsActive

Technical Theatre: Lighting, Sound & Stage (Wales)

The Technical Theatre Apprenticeship at Levels 2 and 3 has been designed with the help of employers to widen the pool of potential recruits into the industry and to provide them with the skills they need to progress within specialist areas : Lighting, Sound & Stage.

 

Foundation Level 2

Level 2 apprentices on the Lighting Pathway will train as Assistant Lighting Electricians, Board / Console Operators, Followspot Operators or Lighting Maintenance Technicians. Apprentices on the Sound Pathway will train a...

Issue number: 5
Framework ID: FR03461
Issuer: Creative and Cultural Skills

Higher Apprenticeship in Playwork (England)

Issue number: 1
Framework ID: FR00811
Issuer: SkillsActive

Higher Apprenticeship in Business Innovation and Growth - Level 5 (England)

The Level 5 Business Innovation and Growth Apprenticeship is designed to meet the skills needs of a diverse range of businesses and organisations who are looking to develop and grow through being innovative and creative in their business activities. It supports the development of skills in innovation, business development and growth, amongst both new and existing members of staff.

Job roles may be very innovation focused – e.g. business development executive/manager, innovation scout, marketing executive/manager, product d...

Issue number: 7
Framework ID: FR03070
Issuer: Instructus