Review of Welsh Apprenticeship Framework in Project Management at Level 4

II Aspire is helping to shape the Welsh Apprenticeship Framework in Project Management at Level 4. We have been working with a specialised group of industry practitioners to develop a structure comprising:

An occupational qualification combining knowledge and skills, along with the relevant Essential Skills Wales qualifications. In addition, learners may choose to take an industry recognised professional qualification.

We now wish to undertake a four-week public consultation and are keen to hear from as many stakeholders and practitioners as possible, to ensure that the revised framework is relevant, high-quality and fit for purpose.

We would therefore be interested to hear from apprentices, employers, training providers, awarding bodies, assessors and other stakeholders in Wales. We would be grateful if you could also forward details of the survey to any of your colleagues or contacts who you think may be interested in contributing.

 

The current Framework Pathway document:

The newly proposed draft Framework Pathway document:

The consultation will refer to these documents.

This consultation should take about 15 minutes to complete and can be accessed in English or in Welsh via the buttons on the side of your screen. The consultation will be open until 5pm on 24 February 2022. The information you provide will be used to inform the final version of the Welsh Project Management Framework Apprenticeship Pathway.

We greatly appreciate you taking the time to participate and have your say.

“I was delighted with the level of detail. It is very reassuring and I would like to that you for an excellent job and completing it so quickly.”

Qualifications Manager,

Scottish Qualifications Authority