The collection features exciting developments from the University of Exeter, University of Hull, Leeds Trinity University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Middlesex University, Sheffield Hallam and the University of the West of England.
These case studies help build a body of knowledge, showcasing the very best from practice, that detail how apprenticeships are being planned and designed to deliver both the programme and comply with the requirements for funding.
The case studies are based on one of the following themes:
- Delivery Models: integrated / blended / distance / virtual
- Validation and approval of curriculum: working with professional bodies
- Compliance: On-and off-the job solutions for teaching, learning and assessment
- Working with employers: roles of and relationships between line managers and academic tutor/practitioners
The following 7 case studies were also produced in 2016 before the Degree Apprenticeship Development Fund was launched and reflect early activity in degree apprenticeship delivery and engagement.