Author Archives: James Clay

Digital Apprenticeship Community Event – 10th July 2018 – AMRC, Sheffield

Following our successful community event in London, we are running another community event at the AMRC in Sheffield on the 10th July 2018.  The event runs from from 10:00 to 4:00 and lunch will be provided. If you’re working in the area of apprenticeships and are interested in how digital can improve the whole apprenticeship journey, … Read more

Write a case study

Case studies are a useful tool to describe how others across the sector are embedding digital into the apprenticeship journey. Though not always instantly transferable from one situation to another, they can be used to see what experiences, problems and issues others have faced and importantly how they overcame them. We would like to invite … Read more

CANCELLED – Digital Apprenticeship Community Event – 19th April 2018 – Portsmouth

CANCELLED We are sorry to notify you that we’ve had a limited number of bookings for the Digital Apprenticeship Community Event at Portsmouth on Thursday 19 April and we have therefore decided to cancel the event. We will be running a future community event later on in the year so please do look for any … Read more

Apprenticeship requirements

We’re working on ways to improve the apprentice experience by capturing and analysing the many kinds of data that can be collected through the apprenticeship journey. This research is developing alongside our effective learning analytics project. At the core of the learning analytics service is the learning data hub (formerly called the learning records warehouse) … Read more

An employer’s perspective

The relationship dynamic between learner and provider is different if the learner is an apprentice. On a traditional programme, the relationship is between the provider and the learner. The University and the student is a good example of that dynamic. Likewise the A Level learner and their local FE College is another. This dynamic is … Read more

Workshop Report: What would truly digital apprenticeships look like?

As the discovery phase of the Digital Apprenticeship project continues, we wanted to ensure that the sector had an opportunity to have their say in the ideas we had, as well as provide a fresh opinion on shaping our work. Nearly thirty people from across HE, FE and Skills attended our consultation workshop in London … Read more