APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING MODULE. Version 2 (June 2008) Presented by Date. SESSION 1: WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION. Presented by Date. OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP.
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Version 2 (June 2008)
The workshop aims to address the following standards:
What you need to show
What you need to know:
- Advice, learning and development solutions: including development solutions such as Apprenticeships (b1)
- Warmer: Business benefits
“Business is booming among the UK’s self-made stars ”
“…it’s possible for people who choose the vocational path to amass personal wealth and, what’s more, to become industry leaders.
Sixty eight per cent of these gold-plated Rich Listers are still in the same industry they qualified into, illustrating how the hands-on route can lead to a lifetime of success.
Our experience indicates that vocational millionaires tend to set up locally, pouring investment back into their home towns and cities, which is great news …”
(Vocational Rich List - City and Guilds)
Apprenticeships are already a great success
The recently published review of Apprenticeships by DIUS/DCSF World Class Apprenticeships: Unlocking Talent, Building Skills for All outlines the Government’s ambition and commitment to;
We need more employers to offer Apprenticeships in England.
One of the major roles of the newly forming National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) will be to increase employer engagement; e.g.
Skills Brokers are key to encouraging employers to engage with Apprenticeships. The NAS will work closely with Brokers; e.g.
“The government’s preferred route to skilled employment for
young people aged 16 to 25”
An employer-led programme of:
Designed by employers for employee training
Competence Based Element
Employment Rights and Responsibilities
Knowledge Based Element
Apprenticeship Blueprint owned by LSC / DIUS and content designed and approved by Skills for Business network
Foundation Learning Tier
Advanced Apprenticeship (L3)
Higher Apprenticeship (L4)
Anyone is eligible to be an apprentice. The eligibility rules for funding are:
Learners are assessed against the elements below, and assessment takes the following forms:
Part 1In your group discuss the business scenario allocated to you.
Make notes on the given questions:The possible Apprenticeship training needs (and any other key training needs identified)
The questions you would raise and/or the solutions you may propose to the employer
Which resources/where you would look to source anticipated training provision
Now all the “Bs” move to another group and all the “As” stay seated.
With one partner compare your solutions and add to your notes
Feedback - choose one person for each group
What (specific) examples can you give of progression routes available for apprentices?
Full Time EducationA Levels / National Diploma
Pre Apprenticeship(Entry to Employment)
Young People Apprenticeship
*progression route depends on achievement
NVQ Level 2/3
HNC Business Administration
HND Business Administration
FDA Foundation Degree Business Administration
BA Business Administration
BSc Agricultural Engineering
MEng Agricultural Engineering
FDA Culinary Arts
BA Culinary Arts Management
MA Hospitality ManagementEXAMPLE PROGRESSION ROUTES