Degree Apprenticeships:
   Tackling Challenges and Preparing for the Future

 

Tuesday 2 October, etc.venue, Manchester

An exciting and positive opportunity, degree apprenticeships are fraught with complexities and ongoing rapid changes for business schools. Featuring key national stakeholders, this event will examine degree apprenticeships’ future, looking at how they should develop and flourish, and what is needed for that to happen.

Participants will learn from other business schools’ experience through a series of detailed case studies, including the student and employer perspective. These exemplars will address expanding provision, particularly into level 7, and developing the systems and processes required to manage degree apprenticeships.

The interactive format will also enable attendees, working with experts in the field, to explore solutions to other major challenges, including those within the institution, with employer engagement, and in the regulatory and funding regimes.

Speakers at the event include:

  • Professor Caroline Elliott, Deputy Dean, Aston Business School and Chair, Chartered ABS Apprenticeships Working Group (Event Chair)
  • Jonathan Mitchell, Deputy Director for Standards Development, Institute for Apprenticeships
  • Dharma Kovvuri, Dean of UCLan Burnley Campus; Faculty Director of Business Development, College of Business, Law and Applied Social Studies; and Vice-Chair, Chartered ABS Apprenticeships Working Group

Who should attend:

  • Associate Deans (Learning and Teaching) and Executive Deans;
  • Apprenticeships Leads;
  • Business Development and Engagement Directors;
  • Executive Education Directors;
  • MBA Directors