OTLA apprenticeship standards case study webinar series

Drawn from research conducted by over 30 organisations and 120 apprenticeship practitioners, these webinars will set out the key lessons that have been learnt, helpful practice and insights, and practical resources that you can use to improve the quality of your teaching, learning and assessment for apprenticeship standards.

Co-creating the apprenticeship curriculum as an HEI

Hear from Sheffield Hallam University about how they have approached the co-creation of their curriculum and their focus on vocational and academic synergies for work-place support.

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On-programme training – curriculum design, English and maths, and developing apprentice behaviours

Hear key findings from Chichester College, Plumpton College and ZHQ’s research into curriculum design that aligns to the workplace and job role, contexualising English and maths and developing the apprentice’s behaviours and mindset.

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Laying the foundations – training planning, on and off-the-job training, and developing KSBs

Hear from Profile Development and Training, Kendal College and West Yorkshire Learning Providers about their work on effective training planning, mapping on and off-the-job training and developing the apprentice’s professional skills and behaviours.

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Monitoring and mentoring – assessing progress and effective workplace support

Hear the key findings from Derbyshire Adult Community Education Service and Shipley College’s research into monitoring and assessing the progress of the apprentice, and effective workplace mentoring.

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Effective preparation and delivery of end-point assessment

Hear from Aim Awards Assessment about their exploration of effective preparation and delivery of end-point assessment, and the key lessons they have learnt.

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Summary webinar: exploring what outstanding teaching, learning and assessment means for apprenticeship standards

Hear how 30 apprenticeship providers have started to explore what outstanding teaching, learning and assessment means for apprenticeship standards, effective practice from their research, and the outputs and toolkit that has emerged for sector practitioners to use.

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