Frameworks under development

There are currently 79 frameworks that are listed as being under development.

Higher Apprenticeship in Hospitality Management - Level 4 (England)

This Higher Apprenticeship framework at Level 4 has been developed by People 1st to meet the higher level skills needs of the Hospitality Industry and act as a progression route for apprentices undertaking the Hospitality, Catering and Professional Chefs and Licenced Hospitality Apprenticeships. Higher Apprentices will train in a range of hospitality management job roles, such as deputy general manager, front office manager, operations or unit manager.

Issue number: 7
Framework ID: FR04224
Issuer: Instructus

Contact Centre Operations (Wales)

The Contact Center Foundation Apprenticeship and Apprenticeship in Wales respond to the employer need for high levels of 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.

Foundation Apprentices will work in job roles such as Trainee Agent, Contact Centre Agent, Help Desk Operative, Sales Advisor, Customer Service Advisor, O...

Issue number: 14
Framework ID: FR04221
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

Higher Apprenticeship in Recruitment - Level 4 (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 Recruitment sector and will help to up-skill the workforce to meet employer skills priorities and to further professionalise the sector. Higher apprentices will work in job roles such as account manager, consultant or senior, lead or principal consultant.
 

Issue number: 6
Framework ID: FR04219
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)

Emergency Fire Service Operations (Wales)

This framework is for Firefighters from a Fire and Rescue Service. Firefighters respond to emergency situations and rescue life and property from all types of incidents. They also make an area safer by minimising the risks, including the social and economic costs, caused by fire and other hazards. This is a Level 3 framework which will allow Firefighters to build the knowledge and skills needed to perform their job role competently.

Issue number: 3
Framework ID: FR04173
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

Sports Development (England)

This apprenticeship framework provides a vocational pathway into the profession of sports development. The framework will ensure there are people with the organisational skills and political and social awareness to succeed in this important part of the sport and active leisure industry.

The expectation is that the achievement of this framework will require a minimum duration of 12 months.

Please note it is recommended that apprentices are contracted and employed for a minimum of 30 hours on publicly funded programmes.

Issue number: 6
Framework ID: FR04131
Issuer: SkillsActive

Exercise and Fitness (England)

This apprenticeship is designed to meet the needs of employers for an expansion of training programmes, to widen recruitment and to improve retention as well as to provide progression opportunities to and within the health and fitness industry at both intermediate and advanced levels.

The Intermediate Level Apprenticeship in Exercise and Fitness is designed for those individuals who are either already employed in the fitness industry and wish to gain new knowledge and skills or who are looking to enter the industry and further develo...

Issue number: 11
Framework ID: FR04046
Issuer: SkillsActive

Higher Apprenticeship in Management - Levels 4 and 5 (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. Higher apprentices will work in job roles such as managers, senior managers, directors and heads of department.

Issue number: 20
Framework ID: FR04105
Issuer: Instructus

Higher Apprenticeship in Policing (Police Constable) (Wales)

This new apprenticeship framework for the role of Police Constable at level 6 has been developed with the support of the four Welsh police forces and British Transport Police for a standardised pan-Wales approach.

Apprentices will work as 'student officers', and will learn to:

  • support law enforcement objectives
  • provide an initial response to incidents
  • arrest, detain or report individuals
  • manage conflict
  • provide initial support to victims & witnesses
  • Issue number: 1
    Framework ID: FR04077
    Issuer: Skills for Justice (Justice, Community Safety and Legal Services)

Higher Apprenticeship in Policing (Police Community Support Officer) (Wales)

This apprenticeship framework for the role of Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) has been developed with the support of the four Welsh police forces and the British Transport Police for a standardised pan-Wales approach.


PCSOs are an important complement to policing and recruits will:

  • Engage and communicate with the community
  • Gather information and intelligence
  • Provide initial response to incidents
  • Respond to incidents proportionate to role and powers
  • P...

    Issue number: 1
    Framework ID: FR04078
    Issuer: Skills for Justice (Justice, Community Safety and Legal Services)

Sport and Play Surfaces (England)

The Sport & Play industry has a traditional Education programme covering the construction, installation and
maintenance of sport surfaces and as a result employs a workforce in construction based occupations. This
framework is designed to attract, retain, and develop new and existing operatives into a range of occupations at Level 2/3 Apprenticeship in Sport & Play Construction Industry. These qualifications are designed to provide
progression to supervisory and management levels, in order to provide the sport and p...

Issue number: 1
Framework ID: FR00801
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

Leisure Operations and Leisure Management (Wales)

This framework is aimed at those individuals who wish to work in operational roles in leisure and recreation facilities ranging from leisure and recreation centres to caravan and holiday parks.

The recommendation is that this framework is completed in a minimum duration of 12 months.

Issue number: 4
Framework ID: FR03875
Issuer: SkillsActive

Sports Development (Wales)

This apprenticeship framework provides a vocational pathway into the profession of sports development.

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR03873
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