#uvac2017

#uvac2017

Presentations from our national conference held on 21 November 2017. Not all speakers used PowerPoint.

Morning Session:

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Workshops:

  1. Leeds Trinity University, Bradford College and University of Leeds Accelerator-morn-LTU-nov2017
  2. London South Bank University Propel1-morn-LSBU-nov2017
  3. University College of Estate Management Propel2-morn-UCEM-nov2017
  4. Buckinghamshire New University Accelerator-aft-bucksnew-nov2017
  5. The Strategic Development Network Propel1-aft-SDN-nov2017
  6. Sheffield Hallam University Propel2-aft-SHU-nov2017

Afternoon Session:

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#uvac2017

UVAC’s national conference set out an exciting programme that not only provided a summary of policy but a strong focus on developing partnerships and implementing good and emerging practice to ensure effective and sucessful delivery.

Title –  Policy, Partnership and Practice: Degree Apprenticeships, Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning

DateTuesday, 21 November 2017 from 10:00 to 17:00

Venue – etc. venues, Maple House, 150 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6TB

Target Delegates – HEIs, FECs, private / alternative training providers, awarding organisations, local enterprise partnerships, stakeholders and employers

 

The key themes of this year’s national conference

  1. Degree Apprenticeship – the five year vision: how HEIs and their partners should plan and prepare for the future
  2. Good Practice – Degree Apprenticeship and Work-based Learning Delivery: how HEIs and their partners   approach Degree Apprenticeship and Work-based Learning focused on the following aspects:
  • Marketing and Recruitment – successfully selling Apprenticeship to large businesses and SMEs and approaches to student/apprentice recruitment
  • Programme Design, Pedagogy, Work-based, Distance and Blended Learning – approaches to successful delivery and employer/HEI/PSRB collaboration
  • Apprenticeship End Point Assessment – integrated Degree Apprenticeships and working with Apprentice End Point Assessment Organisations
  • Productivity and Social Mobility – approaches to Degree Apprenticeship that deliver the productivity and/or social mobility agendas
  1. Degree Apprenticeship Success through Partnership: developing partnership approaches with other HEIs, FECs and Independent Training Providers; local, regional and national partnerships working with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and employer organisations
  2. Technical Education and Progression to Higher Education: existing and planned technical education routes to higher education and Degree Apprenticeships – implications for student recruitment and widening participation

For further information or discussion please contact Mandy at m.crawfordlee@bolton.ac.uk or call 07763820713