Employers can support workplace learning through longer placements that can be supported by a training provider, including traineeships, apprenticeships and internships.


Key features for each stakeholder:

Employers

What does it mean?

Traineeships, apprenticeships and internships supported by a remote training provider.

What is the purpose?

To transfer core learning to the workplace.

What does it look like?

A minimum of four weeks supervision and mentoring of a participant. This may mean working alongside a training provider to assess the their development

Education Providers

What does it mean?

Employers offering traineeships, apprenticeships and internships supported by a remote training provider.

What is the purpose?

Young People get the opportunity to transfer their core learning to a working environment.

What does it look like?

If still under your supervision, it means a student from your school visiting an employer for a minimum of four weeks of supervised work

Young People

What does it mean?

Employers offering traineeships, apprenticeships and internships supported by a remote training provider.

What is the purpose?

You gain the opportunity to transfer your core learning to a working environment for an extended period of time.

What does it look like?

Completion of a placement that is a minimum of four weeks, with supervision and mentoring. You may work alongside a training provider to assess your development.


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