For many, monitoring the progress of apprentices will be nothing new – but in the world of apprenticeship standards, many trainers will need to approach it differently.
How do you measure progress of knowledge, skills and behaviours? How to you measure progress where there isn’t the structure of qualifications?
Drawn from our work with 1,000 apprenticeship providers, we’re hosting a repeat of our 2-part webinar series providing guidance and examples on:
- the focus on occupational competence, and the role of the trainer
- how to measure progress of knowledge, skills and behaviours
- how to measure progress where there are no mandated qualifications
- stretching the apprentice and using grading as a progress tool
- how progress monitoring informs preparation for the gateway and end-point assessment
The webinars will take place on Monday 2 December at 9.30-10.30am and 12.30-1.30pm.
You can book onto the 2-part series for £95 (+VAT). This includes the live webinar (with Q&A), the webinar recording, and supporting tools / resources.
If you have several staff who would benefit, contact us below and we can let you know the most cost effective way of you accessing the support.
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Who is this webinar for?
For mid-level managers and front-line staff involved in apprenticeship training
Facilitators and speakers
The webinar will be facilitated by Chris Cherry, an SDN expert in apprenticeship on-programme training and end-point assessment. Chris has been heavily involved in the development of new standards and assessment plans, as well as supporting hundreds of apprenticeship staff to prepare for the reforms.
Why an SDN webinar series?
SDN has supported over 5,000 apprenticeship staff, from 1,000 organisations, to prepare to deliver apprenticeship standards and end-point assessment. We’ve also worked closely with over 80 of the trailblazer employer groups, giving us a unique insight into what is required.
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