It is the aim of all apprenticeship providers to be judged at inspection to be at least ‘good’, if not ‘outstanding’, for the quality of the provision they deliver to their learners.
Many new providers just setting out on their journey of delivering apprenticeships do not have a benchmark for what great training for their apprentices looks like. Nor, often, do providers who have been delivering apprenticeships for a considerable period of time.
This webinar will identify what, at each stage of the ‘learner journey’, are the high-quality aspects of their provision that set great apprenticeship providers apart.
Richard will draw on examples of what he considers to be best practice from the many training and employer providers he works with throughout the country to improve their provision, whilst also acknowledging and referencing what Ofsted inspectors will want to see when they inspect your apprenticeship programmes.
At the end of this webinar, you will have learned about:
Anyone involved in the planning, organisation and delivery of apprenticeships, including senior leaders, curriculum managers, trainers and assessors.