Posted : 3 years4 months ago by mandy crawford-lee
We have been advised that QAA is continuing to develop guidance and related support for the higher education sector in light of the COVID-19 crisis – please see the QAA website for more information and a link to the QAA Quality Assurance Discussion Forum.
Amongst a range of topics, QAA is currently exploring the kinds of information and support providers would find useful in relation to higher and degree apprenticeships (as the Covid-19 Thematic Guidance on Work-based Learning, including apprenticeships, falls short of some of the specifics).
QAA are keen to know what guidance is needed so if you have any particular requests please let QAA know by emailing: [email protected] or please do get in contact with Jo Green, Quality and Standards Specialist, directly as she’ll be leading the support work on apprenticeships [email protected].
Alternatively, raise your points and questions at our weekly WebForum on Fridays or email Rebecca [email protected].
0 days ago, Samuel Taylor
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