Jackie Danks

Apprenticeship Standard - Functional Skills

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From when has English Literature been acceptable as evidence 

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Martin West

For a long time but it is specific to some qualifications only, see: English and maths requirements in apprenticeship standards at level 2 and above - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Steveh

Hmm, good question!

Current spreadsheet says any GCSE with English in the title, but don't think that's been updated any time recently? Webpage here:

English and maths requirements in apprenticeship standards at level 2 and above - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

was only set up a year ago though and don't currently have access to my archive to find any older versions (god forbid they might leave them up for questions like this...)

Kelly Knights

Someone knowing their Macbeth from their Wuthering Heights (a book I enjoyed in School) wont help them with Grammar, Spelling or Punctuation etc.

 

Clearly the ESFA know best.

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Martin West

It has been that for at least the last 15 years

Ray Davies

TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
For Modified SASE Effective 22/08/17

Includes Lit as acceptable - this is the earliest doc I have, though there might be earlier ones. If you want a copy email me on ray.davies (at) sgscol.ac.uk

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