The Apprenticeship Pathway has been been developed to include a series of professional learning experiences for those involved in Apprenticeship planning, delivery and support to familiarise themselves with new processes and best practices.
This is not exclusive to those who deliver Apprenticeships, and those who would simply like to know more about how the courses are organised and delivered are welcome to join. These professional learning experiences will be repeated throughout the year and do not have to be attended in a particular sequence.
As part of teaching on apprenticeships, it is necessary to develop clear lesson plans which helps to structure the teaching session, and may be asked for during regulatory inspections. At the University of Suffolk, there is a standard template which has been developed to ensure that all required components of teaching and the learning experience are covered. You can download the template below, and view an example which illustrates expectations.
Professional learning experiences designed to promote outstanding practice for research, innovation, scholarship, professional practice and / or employer engagement, to enhance the student experience and promote educational gain
|Supporting Evidence based teaching
Regulation of Apprenticeships
In this session, you will explore external regulation of Apprenticeships in the UK, the roles of stakeholders, and internal monitoring at the University of Suffolk.
A range of developmental opportunities to empower staff to deliver a consistently excellent and transformative student experience through creative, inspiring, and stretching delivery and supportive learning environments.
|Delivery and Support
|Assessment and Feedback
Practical tips for planning and delivery to cohorts studying different qualifications. Modifying activities for apprentices with varying degrees of 'on-thw-job' training.
A workshop to support writing of annual self-assessment reports (SARs) and Quality Improvement Plans (QIPS) for Apprenticeship courses.
Advice on how to use this most frequently used formative assessment strategy. Use it to effectively learning, and stretch and challenge apprentices.
Inclusive and collaborative curriculum and delivery. Collaborative professional learning experiences to drive contemplation and implementation of transformative approaches for building community and belonging through inclusive culture.
Explore innovative approaches to enable and encourage independent learning.
|Interaction and Independence
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