Recognising prior learning (RPL) is a crucial part of apprenticeships.
Find out why we think the initial assessment is the most important part of apprenticeships.
How do you know which apprenticeship eportfolio is best for your centre?
The sector is always poised to hear what Ofsted has to say about apprenticeships.
Use these practical tips to align your curriculum to the apprenticeship standard.
We spoke to Isa Mutlib from BAME Apprenticeship Alliance to discuss the issue.
We’ve gathered answers to 10 frequently asked questions about end-point assessment.
Gap analysis takes progress planning and tracking to the next level.
Find out why OneFile is the leading software for apprenticeships, trusted by 700,000 users.
Follow these 5 phases of developing your curriculum with the employer.
We’re looking at the ESFA’s proposed changed to the off-the-job training rules – and finding solutions.
Since the new standards were introduced, the gateway has been a mystery – but not any more!
The new Functional Skills in English and maths have more content than ever before.
At OneFile, we’ve created an off-the-job training tracker that’s easy to use on the go.
The new Functional Skills qualifications have different modules, assessments and content.
Yesterday was App4England’s third Women in Apprenticeships Conference.
This is the 2nd instalment of the Inspirational Women in Apprenticeships Conference.
Ofsted wants providers to demonstrate their curriculum intent, implementation and impact
The focus this year was on digital and healthcare.
Ofsted wants providers to design their own curriculum intent
Give everyone the opportunity to study without the financial burden of university fees.
How do you know when apprentices are ready for that extra push?
Employers from across the country piled into Barclay’s Eagle Labs for a busy morning all about apprenticeships
Ofsted and its new-found focus on curriculum.
The moment we’ve all been waiting for…
Find out what learning analytics you can use to impact apprenticeship delivery.
This is a complicated and controversial topic…
Using software that isn’t right for the job doesn’t make sense. So why do people do it?