Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: Employers and providers working together to embed maths and English (Code: C0885)
The aim of this webinar is to help you to identify ways of improving apprentices' outcomes for maths and English through enhanced collaboration between employers and providers using an embedded approach.
Who is this for?
This webinar is for those involved in delivering apprenticeships, with responsibilities for facilitating apprentices' maths and English development including employers and providers.
The roles are likely to include:
- workplace managers
- maths and English teachers
- provider managers
- vocational tutors
- workplace assessors.
The aim of this webinar is to help you to identify ways of improving apprentices' outcomes for maths and English through enhanced collaboration between employers and providers.
It introduces ideas and provides insight into what people in various roles are doing, or could do, and signposts to further resources.
The focus is on helping apprentices achieve their level 2 maths and English in their level 2 and level 3 apprenticeships.
You will have the knowledge and confidence to:
- understand the impact and benefits of employers and providers working together initially and throughout the apprenticeships
- be able to explore the advantages of a partnership approach
- know about processes, strategies and ideas for employers and providers working together
- understand how to support employers to take responsibility for improving apprentices' maths and English skills and to achieve the qualification
- understand the problems which may occur and how to overcome them
- be aware of the resources that are available for you to support the development of the relationship.
Webinars are 60 minutes, but the room will be open 15 minutes prior to the start so you can test your kit. There will also be some time at the end for any additional questions and comments.
You should be directly or indirectly involved with delivering apprenticeships in the workplace. In particular with an interest in how maths and English are supported or taught.