The ESFA implements a diverse range of programming, from adult skills development to careers advice, from secondary education to delivering apprenticeships, T Levels and other FE opportunities.
During the 2018 to 2019 financial year, the ESFA delivered 100% of expected funding allocations to 25,000 education institutions on time, including the new National Funding Formula allocations, which were delivered to over 8,500 academies.
I take great pride in the changes the ESFA has made this past year, resulting in all of our expected funds being issued correctly and on time.
The ESFA, as part of the wider DfE, is responsible for both policy development and operational delivery across a range of sectors and settings these include working with some 3000 academy trusts to ensure that financial resources are well utilised and good governance is deployed; providing support and challenge to the FE sector; delivering T Level qualifications and leading work on qualifications reviews; delivering apprenticeships policy across England and being the home of both the National Careers Service and the National Apprenticeships Service.
They are responsible for the leadership and day-to-day management of the ESFA. The Chief Executive is also Accounting Officer for the ESFAs budget and is accountable to the DfEs Principal Accounting Officer, and to Parliament for the stewardship of these funds.
The Department for Education (DfE) has today announced that Eileen Milner has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and will take up the post in November this year.
The ESFA is an executive agency of the DfE that is accountable for funding education and training for children, young people and adults.
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