AELP Provider Access (Baker Clause) Survey

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National provider network, AELP has been commissioned by the Department for Education to review the impact of the new provider access legislation, otherwise known as the Baker Clause, which requires schools to provide an opportunity for education and training providers to access all pupils in year 8 to year 13, and inform them about approved technical education qualifications and apprenticeships. The duty has been in force since January 2018 and DfE now wish to understand more about its effect. AELP is asking providers to take 10 minutes to think about their experiences so far and to answer the questions in this short survey. The deadline for responses is 5pm on Tuesday, 12th June. Survey results will be anonymised and shared with the Department for Education.