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How does the YPLA connect the national to local?

The shadow YPLA is already engaged with, and supporting, the local, regional and national tiers. Staff are in the process of transferring to local authorities to establish teams with responsibility for bedding in relationships, processes and systems. Figure 1 below explains the relationship and flows of these partnerships and their respective remits.

DCSF: strategy, budget, policy and programmes

Regional Planning Groups: regional market intelligence, budgetary compliance, sub-regional and local engagement, Commission Model

Sub-Regional Groups: analysis, travel to learn patterns, clustering and partnerships, planning and commissioning

Local authorities: planning and commissioning, liaising with key stakeholders via Children's Trust and 14-19 Partnerships, working with providers, analysis, performance management to develop the Children and Young People's Plan

Providers: local schools, colleges, private sector providers, third sector organisations, Connexions, IAG providers, youth support services and YOIs work with Children's Trust and 14-19 Partnerships

Figure 1

Partnership flows and roles

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