About the Learner Engagement A-frame Program
The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Learner Engagement A-frame (LEAP) program is designed to improve learner engagement with pre-accredited training and aims to provide flexible pathways to further education, training and employment, for learners who may find longer programs a barrier to participation.
LEAP programs are a minimum of 5 Student Contact Hours (SCH) and no more than 19 SCH. Proposed courses which are 15 SCH or longer will be assessed as exceptions and will require a clear rationale for the course length, aligned to the LEAP Objectives.
The LEAP objectives are to:
- Provide engagement activities for learners facing barriers to training, linked to pathways to further education, training and/or employment.
- Strengthen pathway outcomes for learners by building the skills and capabilities necessary to participate in pre-accredited programs, further education and training and/or employment.
- Increase flexibility for providers to facilitate improved engagement into training programs for adults who face barriers to participation.
Learner Engagement A-Frame Program Guidelines
The 2019 Learner Engagement A-Frame Program Guidelines are available here:
Download the 2020 LEAP guidelines (docx - 1.62mb)