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The Essential Guide to Teaching New Apprenticeships

The Essential Guide to Teaching New Apprenticeships

April 2021 | 176 pages | Learning Matters

Practical advice for apprenticeship teachers and trainers. 'How to' support on:

·       Understanding the ways in which standards-based apprenticeships are different

·       Mapping to the Level 4 Assessor/Coach apprenticeship standard

·       Adapting teaching and training approaches for new standards-based apprenticeships

·       Working with all of the other people involved with apprenticeships

·       Effective ongoing assessment for vocational learners

·       Vocational coaching, progress monitoring and effective target setting

·    Planning for the continuing development of professional skills 

·     Delivering a high-quality apprenticeship programme

Planning the programme
Effective apprenticeship teaching and training
Ongoing assessment for vocational learners
Progress monitoring and target setting
Trainer development
Meeting the requirements of high-quality apprenticeships

Steve Ingle

Steve Ingle i is a freelance consultant, chief examiner and associate lecturer at the University of Cumbria. He has over twelve years’ experience with Grade 1 providers across the FE and Skills Sector, holding a variety of teaching and management positions within further and higher education, sixth form and private training providers.  More About Author

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