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A CPD course for apprenticeship providers looking to enhance their courses with digital technology for the modern workplace.
Apprenticeships are changing. The UK Government has introduced new standards to ensure apprentices are receiving quality training. Discover how using digital technology can enrich your apprentices’ experience and open up opportunities for your organisation.
You’ll learn how to weave in digital resources across the whole apprentice journey from preparation to end-point assessment. You’ll navigate through the Jisc Apprenticeship Toolkit stages of Preparation, Planning, Delivery and Assessment which will help you develop your own designs for a digitally-enriched apprenticeship programme.
What topics will you cover?
- Preparation: staff and organisational readiness
- Planning the apprentice journey
- Planning the apprentice programme to support delivery
- Digital for developing learner support
- Digital for supporting evidence collection
- End-point assessment (EPA)
Chair of Learning with Digital Technology, Knowledge Lab, UCL IOE.
Developing a global community of teachers around the Learning Designer
I am a Researcher in Digital Learning in the School of Education at the University of Leeds. I have a particular interest in MOOCs both from a research and a development perspective.
Director of Digital Learning and Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Leeds. For more information see: http://www.education.leeds.a
L'université de Leeds est un établissement d'enseignement supérieur britannique située dans la ville de Leeds, dans la région anglaise de Yorkshire-et-Humber.
FutureLearn is a massive open online course (MOOC) learning platform founded in December 2012.
It is a company launched and wholly owned by The Open University in Milton Keynes, England. It is the first UK-led massive open online course learning platform, and as of March 2015 included 54 UK and international University partners and unlike similar platforms includes four non-university partners: the British Museum, the British Council, the British Library and the National Film and Television School.