The Apprenticeships Conference 2020 will offer a leading platform to evaluate how to effectively design and deliver apprenticeship programmes which meet the needs of apprentices, providers and employers.
Delegates will hear policy updates and leading insights from key experts about successfully meeting apprenticeships standards, the funding landscape and forming high-quality relationships between providers and employers to ensure outstanding skills development.
Reasons to Attend
from leading policy experts and key practitioners on the next steps for enhancing apprenticeship uptake
the apprenticeship funding landscape and the latest developments to the future of the Apprenticeship Levy
the future of the regulatory landscape and apprenticeship quality with the OfS and Ofqual
leading insights from apprenticeships experts on the development of apprenticeships standards which meet the needs of employers
how to design, develop and deliver an outstanding apprenticeships programme which meets sector standards
how to support effective off the job training schemes to enhance skills which meet the needs of local employers and industry
how to enhance collaboration between providers and employers to deliver outstanding apprenticeship provision
with over 300 practitioners and sector leaders to share the latest innovations and insights
- Heads of Apprenticeships
- Directors of Apprenticeships
- Apprenticeships Managers
- Apprenticeship Officers and Coordinators
- Apprenticeship Leads and Heads
- Academic Directors
- Assistant Principals
- Chief Executives
- People Managers
- Project Coordinators
- Commercial Partnerships Managers
- Directors of Employability
- Directors of Education
- Degree Apprenticeships Officers and Coordinators
- Learning and Development Managers and Heads
- HR Advisors
- Early Careers & Talent Managers
- Senior Lecturers
- Managing Directors
- Heads of Quality
- Business Development Managers
- Organisational Development Managers
*This Conference is also open to the wider public and voluntary sectors, as well as the Private Sector to encourage networking and debate.
In a fast-changing area of policy and practice, this provides a single fixed point and some insights into what might come next.
Consultant, Mike Dawe Ltd
Really useful and interesting event and highlighted some of the key issues facing apprenticeships
Skills and Development Officer, South Kesteven District Council
There is so very much going on in the world of apprenticeships - this event cuts out the white noise and helps me keep me on track with the important issues and opportunities for my organisation.
Talent and Early Careers Manager, Anchor Trust
Good range of speakers and helped me to keep up to date with the latest developments.
Learning and Development Manager, National Nuclear Laboratory
Lots of knowledge gained from the speakers. A great opportunity to better understand the experiences of other businesses