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Ofsted will soon start inspecting all HEIs that deliver degree apprenticeships.
All universities that deliver degree apprenticeships will be subject to audit.
Delivering degree apprenticeships is very different from traditional undergraduate programmes.
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Almost half of the Russell Group universities deliver degree apprenticeships. Why?
The move will give Ofsted the power to inspect all levels of apprenticeships.
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Since they were introduced 5 years ago, degree apprenticeships have really taken off.
Degree apprenticeships are delivered by HEIs – but they’re very different to traditional degree programmes.
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Degree apprenticeships bring huge benefits to HEIs – including increased student and employer engagement.
Over 25% of all apprenticeships delivered in the UK are at higher or degree level.
Everyone involved in degree apprenticeships is responsible for quality – the HEI, employer, assessment organisation and even the apprentice.
Higher apprentices must spend a minimum of 20% of their contracted hours completing off-the-job training.
Degree apprenticeships had a slow start, they’re outperforming apprenticeships at other levels.
Legal apprenticeships are becoming a popular option for law firms.
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It’s a big year in FE – the Baker Clause, Brexit and so much more.
GDPR (general data protection regulation) is a new set of rules introduced in Europe to give people more control over their personal data.
Thanks to the Baker Clause, schools must open their doors to FE providers for the first time.
Legal training is changing, and the power is now in employers’ hands.