Higher apprenticeships: completing the map

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Author: Caplan, Sara


Why do we need higher level apprenticeships in the UK? And why should employers be driving their development? How can we help small employers to take on apprentices? How do we change negative perceptions that still surround the apprenticeship agenda? To achieve three million apprenticeships in the UK [all these questions need to be answered and new practices put in place]. This article explores some of the ways [the author] tackled these questions from 2010 to 2015 and the lessons [the author] learnt through doing so.

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Subjects: Apprenticeship; Higher education; Pathways; Teaching and learning; Industry; Equity

Keywords: Apprentice; Perception; Articulation; Instructional design; Training program; Education industry relationship; Social mobility

Geographic subjects: Europe; Great Britain; Oceania; Australia

Published: Winchester, England: Winchester University Press, 2016

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Pages: pp. 26-33

Related items: TD/TNC 126.651

ISBN: 9781906113223

The volume from which this chapter is taken is indexed in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 126.651.

Resource type: Book chapter

Rights: Copyright David Way 2016

Call number: TD/TNC 126.654

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