How to Claim Additional Learning Support (ALS) Workshop is aimed at key college staff who work with Additional Learning Support in their roles including Administration of Additional Learning Support Staff, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, MIS and SEN and LLDD.

This practical workshop will provide delegates with a detailed overview of the key aspects of the current requirements for claiming Additional Learning Support.

The facilitators of the workshop will share their experience with attendees of what they see as the key sector issues involving ALS. The workshop will cover rules, offer practical suggestions for managing the claim and minimising audit risks.

Objectives:

  • EFA and SFA funding arrangements
  • What can you claim as ALS and how to calculate costs
  • How to manage your ALS claim and meet audit requirements
  • Apprenticeships and ALS.

Benefits:

  • A thorough understanding of EFA and SFA funding of ALS
  • What you can claim as ALS and how to calculate ALS costs
  • How to record ALS, manage your claim and meet audit requirements.

Who should attend:

ALS Managers, ALS administrators, Staff delivering ALS, MIS staff responsible for ALS, Finance staff responsible for ALS.

Date

09-07-2019

Venue
Fees

AoC Member = £299.00 + VAT

Non-Member (College/Public Sector) = £400 + VAT

Accommodation

If you need accommodation please call Conference Care, our preferred supplier, on 02476 369720 and let them know you are attending an AoC Create workshop.

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Contact

Registration, programme & general enquiries: training@aoc-create.co.uk

0207 034 2640

Finance enquiries: finance@aoc.co.uk

0207 034 9900

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Programme

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Speakers

John Tomlinson

John has over 35 years experience in the Education sector with 16 years experience in further education colleges as a lecturer and senior manager in colleges in the North West of England. where he was responsible for the curriculum areas of finance, business, marketing, for 16-18, adult and HE provision. John has been an educational consultant for the past 18 years.

Derrick Jones

Derrick has over 29 years experience in education and Local Government with experience leading the management of educational change, supporting the implementation of Government policy, building high performance of post 16 organisations, and capacity building within client organisations in order to enable new ways of delivering sustainable educational services. Derrick has led a number of College Structure and Prospects Appraisals and Strategic Options Reviews and has worked with a large number of providers to help them plan, manage and deliver a range of projects and programmes.

John Tomlinson

John has over 35 years experience in the Education sector with 16 years experience in further education colleges as a lecturer and senior manager in colleges in the North West of England. where he was responsible for the curriculum areas of finance, business, marketing, for 16-18, adult and HE provision. John has been an educational consultant for the past 18 years.

Derrick Jones

Derrick has over 29 years experience in education and Local Government with experience leading the management of educational change, supporting the implementation of Government policy, building high performance of post 16 organisations, and capacity building within client organisations in order to enable new ways of delivering sustainable educational services. Derrick has led a number of College Structure and Prospects Appraisals and Strategic Options Reviews and has worked with a large number of providers to help them plan, manage and deliver a range of projects and programmes.