The role of the employer in supporting on-the-job learning is crucial to the new apprenticeship standards. Many employers (and their staff) are new to the world of apprenticeships, and look to colleges for support.

So what guidance should you give? How can you best support employers to provide high quality support and mentoring for on-the-job learning?

On Tues, 5 March (12.30-1.30pm), we’ll be hosting a webinar, taking you through:

  • who employers can use as a mentor in apprenticeships
  • the difference between mentoring and line management
  • the mentor’s role at different stages of the apprenticeship journey
  • providing the right level of support to mentors up-front
  • how mentors can help to develop apprentices’ knowledge, skills and behaviours
  • examples of effective practice, and actions you can take

You can book onto the webinar for £55 (+VAT). This includes the live 1-hr webinar (with Q&A), the webinar recording, and supporting tools / resources.

Can’t make the date? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording and materials

Who is this webinar for?

This webinar is for managers, business development, curriculum and front-line staff involved in apprenticeship training.

Date

05-03-2019

Venue

Webinar

Fees

AoC Member = £55 +VAT

Terms and Conditions
Contact

Registration, programme & general enquiries: training@aoc-create.co.uk

0207 034 2640

Finance enquiries: finance@aoc.co.uk

0207 034 9900

Already Registered

Programme

Speakers

Simon Shaw

The webinar will be facilitated by Simon Shaw. Simon works with employers up and down the country to launch and grow their apprenticeship programmes and is also practitioner, with first-hand experience of working with employers at every stage of the apprenticeship. SDN has worked with over 900 apprenticeship organisations and 3,000 staff to deliver the apprenticeship standards and end-point assessment, and are authors of the Future Apprenticeships toolkit.

Simon Shaw

The webinar will be facilitated by Simon Shaw. Simon works with employers up and down the country to launch and grow their apprenticeship programmes and is also practitioner, with first-hand experience of working with employers at every stage of the apprenticeship. SDN has worked with over 900 apprenticeship organisations and 3,000 staff to deliver the apprenticeship standards and end-point assessment, and are authors of the Future Apprenticeships toolkit.