Information on ESFA education and qualifications agreements for the years 2020 to 2021 Certified Independent Certifications are not yet mandatory. In September 2019, following a consultation, the requirement to work on standard certification for the 2020/21 funding year was withdrawn. Certification “will, however, remain a prerequisite for the future.” The main conditions and timetables of the esfa agreements on education and qualifications, with 16 to 19 budgets for education, adult education, loans for advanced learners and 16 to 19 apprenticeship places, are available on the first link. The agreements consist of a group of main conditions and timetables. General information on the structure of education and qualifications agreements can be found on the “EsFA Agreements 2019-2020” page and on agreements from previous years. We have the conditions of attribution and Advanced Learner Loan calendars we have published a revised schedule for education and skills agreements with changes for the period 2020-2021. Initially, Schedule 7 of its funding agreements for 2019/20 required that education and training providers – including universities and universities – be able to demonstrate compliance with iso/IEC 27001:2013 and ISO 22301:2019 as a condition of funding. From 2019 to 2020, funding for feadé will be allocated under a new contractual framework. In May 2019, we began introducing a new contractual framework. To see what is included in the framework, including key terms and conditions and individual calendars, please see our contract cards and contract data videos. The tables below contain changes to the 2019 to 2020 agreements for the years 2020 to 2021: further ESFA grant funding agreements and contracts for apprenticeship and budget services for adult education are available on the second link. In May 2019, the European Agency for Education and Skills – an executive agency of the Department of Education (DfE) – launched a new contractual framework for the financing of continuing education, which sets stricter requirements for cybersecurity and business continuity.
The Legacy Funding Agreements of the Skills Promotion Agency for the Academic Years 2014 to 2017 1.3 The [College/Employer/Provider/Contractor] must be able to demonstrate and demonstrate ISO/CIS 27001 (Information Security Management Systems Requirements), including the application of controls in accordance with ISO/IEC 27002 (Code of Practice for Security Controls). The [College/Arbeitgeber/Anbieter/Contractant] is working on certification for the 2020/21 promotion year. We have updated the most important concepts and general schedules and added new funding schemes. We launched the framework in May 2019. We have imitated the main clauses of our service contracts (AEB obtained, apprenticeship training obtained without taxes and carry-in apprenticeship places for ITP), so that there is a consistency of funding for both parties – you can find them on the next page The agreements consist of a basis point and schedules. For more information on the new framework structure, see the short video presentations below.