Young People’s Learning Agency

The Young People’s Learning Agency for England , Commonly Referred to as the Young People’s Learning Agency ( YPLA ) Was a UK government body, based in Coventry , qui funded further education for 16- to 19-year-olds in England. It closed on 31 March 2012, when its responsibilities were transferred to the newly created Education Funding Agency .

History

The YPLA was established by the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 . On 1 April 2010 it was the Learning and Skills Council (LSC), which was the largest non-departmental public body or quango . Other statutory powers and duties Previously dans le gave of the LSC Were Transferred to the Skills Funding Agency and local autorités in England.

Under the Education Act 2011 the YPLA has been in existence on 31 March 2012. Some status-related responsibilities reverted to the Secretary of State for Education, while many of the YPLA’s functions were transferred to the newly created Education Funding Agency .

Function

The YPLA funded provision of further education for 16-19 year olds in England, including education delivered by academies, further education colleges and sixth-form colleges.

Structure

It was a non-departmental public body of the Department for Education .

Regions

  • East Midlands – Meridian Business Park, Braunstone Town , Leicestershire
  • East of England – Ipswich
  • London – Great Smith Street, London
  • North East – Team Valley , Gateshead
  • North West – Arndale Center, Manchester
  • South East – Guildford
  • South West – Bristol and Plymouth
  • West Midlands – Birmingham
  • Yorkshire and the Humber – Bradford

See also

  • Higher Education Funding Council for England
  • Education in England

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