confirm that its overall aim for modern apprenticeships is still valid and develop specific objectives in support of this. These should be publicised to all organisations involved in their delivery, and to employers and apprentices
review the long-term benefits of modern apprenticeships and ensure that funding is directed to those which demonstrate the best value for individuals, employers and the economy
work with awarding bodies and SQA Accreditation to improve quality assurance arrangements. This should include formalising arrangements to share information, including good practice, and agreeing who is responsible for acting on and reporting any concerns about training provider performance
further develop IT systems to capture and share education and training data across relevant public bodies and to help minimise duplication.