Workshop 1 
The Future of Degree Apprenticeships 

As a driver of social mobility and part of the solution to the productivity puzzle, we know degree apprenticeships are helping the country harness higher level skills and enabling more people to progress in their careers where the traditional academic route is not for them. 

 

But what does the future hold?  Join us to discuss the impact of degree apprenticeships have had so far, and the part they play in the years ahead.

Sue Wright, EPA Manager

Kat Cleaver,  Assessment Development Manager

Ali Cox, Head of Apprenticeship & Stakeholder Engagement

Workshop 2:

Curriculum Innovation and Transformation:  Developing a unique curriculum for employers and learners

With the introduction of the Education Inspection Framework 2019 (EIF) and the focus upon the quality of education- providers now need to move away from offering an ‘off the shelf’ training programme. This workshop looks at the value and importance of developing a unique curriculum -training solution, that meets the needs of the learner and provides ‘real’ business solutions to the employer.

The workshop will also explore the evidence required to meet the EIF Quality of Education criteria:

  • Intent 

  • Implementation

  • Impact

Alex Miles Conference Chair
Managing Director at WYLP

:Chris Cotterill UK Business Development Manager
Jane Hadfield: National Programme Manager Apprenticeships 
Chair Trailblazer Group Health
Chair T Panel Health

Dan Howard:
Managing Director

Richard Meredith
Business Dev Manager

Peter Barron 

Project Manager

Standards Learning Qualifications & Apprenticeships

Mark Child: Head of Assessment Services 

Angela Middleton MBE
Founder & Owner

Sam Slack, Regional HE/FE Prevent Coordinator East Midlands

Gareth Jones​
Managing Director at HK Technologies, Ex Director In-Comm Training