The focus of this one day development session is to explore the rapidly changing landscape around the development of higher and degree apprenticeships. Participants are likely to have some experience of designing learning activities or programmes, and will be exploring opportunities to broaden their programme to incorporate modern apprenticeships.
This workshop is for academics responsible for the development, leadership and delivery of degree programmes, for example Programme Tutors, Subject Leaders, Heads of Department and other academics, particularly those who are currently developing or considering higher and degree apprenticeships.
The workshop will cover three topics:
- Understanding government, university and employer contexts for the development of higher and degree apprenticeships;
- Teaching excellence within higher and degree apprenticeships;
- Support for the development of higher and degree apprenticeships.
Are you thinking about starting or growing your provision in this area?
Then join us to learn more about the opportunities and challenges encountered when developing and delivering higher and degree apprenticeships.
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Who should attend?
This programme is designed for anyone with an interest in teaching higher or degree apprenticeships. It could be of interest to academics, research staff, course directors, deans, associate deans, educational developers, heads of department, heads of centres, leaders of learning and teaching, lecturers, senior lecturers, principal lecturers, programme leaders and registrars.
Who will deliver the workshop?
The day will be delivered by a member of the HEA team together with an HEA Consultant.
This workshop can be run as an in-house training session at your institution. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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