Graduate Level Apprenticeships in Scottish business schools
Thursday 15 March 2018, from 12:30 to 16:30
Craig Room, James Watt Centre, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh EH14 4AS
Graduate Level Apprenticeships are an innovative and interesting development in Scottish business schools. At this workshop participants will hear from colleagues in Scottish universities that are already running GLAs, who will share experiences of bidding, building, and then delivering such programmes. Participants will also have an opportunity to learn about the work of the Chartered ABS Apprenticeships Working Group, with a brief update on progress elsewhere in the UK. This event will be a great opportunity to network and to learn from each other about this exciting, but challenging new area of work.
Delegates at this event will:
- Learn from the experiences of colleagues already running Graduate Level Apprenticeships;
- Develop an understanding of the process of bidding for and building a Graduate Level Apprenticeship programme;
- Acquire insight into what is required to deliver Graduate Level Apprenticeships and the latest developments;
- Be updated on progress on apprenticeships throughout the UK and the work of the Chartered ABS Apprenticeships Working Group
- Professor Robert MacIntosh, (Workshop Chair and Facilitator) Chair of the Chartered ABS Scottish Committee and Head of School of Social Sciences, Heriot Watt University
- Julie Strachan, Senior Project Coordinator, Department for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching & Access, Robert Gordon University and member of the Chartered ABS Apprenticeships Working Group
- Dr Karen Petrie, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching, School of Science and Engineering, University of Dundee
- Dr Amos Haniff, Dean of the University (Pan-University), Heriot Watt University
- Mairi Rule, GA Delivery Manager, Skills Development Scotland
Who should attend:
Scottish deans, directors and associate deans; and those with responsibility for or an interest in developing and providing Graduate Level Apprenticeships in Scottish business schools.