This event aims to convey a number of messages on the successful design and delivery of degree apprenticeship for nursing and allied health roles. An overarching message is that bringing forward innovative change to the delivery of health apprenticeships is necessary but that the HE sector is learning sufficient lessons to identify where these changes need to be made to demonstrate excellence in teaching, learning and assessment. For example, a real issue for health degree apprenticeships is co-teaching with students which has, at times, impacted negatively on Ofsted inspection outcomes. Another example is how the additional work needed for staff delivering on a DA is often not reflected in university models. We will be addressing both these issues and more during this event with guest speakers from CoD and universities who have progressed to successful Ofsted outcomes and can define successful practice. The outcome will be an action plan for nursing and health related degree apprenticeship provision to address barriers and brakes on achieving good/outstanding outcomes. REGISTER HERE.