Category Archives: delivery

What’s an ADDR?

What’s an ADDR? Luckily it is not Viper Beris, Britain’s only venomous snake but the Jisc Apprentice Digital Delivery Review. The ADDR aims to help universities, colleges and skills providers ensure that they have the necessary digital processes, practices and infrastructure in place to take advantage of the new landscape (in England at least) surrounding … Read more

Enabling a more flexible 20% through digital

As we see a growth in apprenticeships there is not just greater awareness amongst providers about the 20% off-the-job training (or learning) but also amongst both employers and the apprentices themselves. The default appears to be a day release at a college or university. Some more innovative apprenticeships front-load the training and for some the … Read more

What are our new priorities, and what next? #codesign17

For this challenge we decided the most important area to focus on was the area of delivery of apprenticeships so we plan to explore whether Jisc can build a┬átracking, monitoring and reporting system for apprenticeships that provides a provider dashboard, an employer dashboard and an app for apprentices. This will help with the employability idea … Read more

What would truly digital apprenticeships look like? Vote on our ideas #codesign17

Late last year we kicked off a consultation to identify what big new ideas Jisc should focus on once we have completed our current R&D projects. That consultation focused on 6 possible challenges: What does the imminent arrival of the intelligent campus mean for universities and colleges? What should the next generation of digital learning … Read more