The work based learning dividend
Change is already happening in the workplace, but many are slow to catch up when it comes to recognizing the value of the work-based learning.
Work-based and self-directed learning are both key components in maintaining a successful, forward thinking attitude in the workplace.
In this report, we focus on examples of successful workplace learning, helping to provide conclusive evidence on what employers can change to ensure that learners and apprenticeships are supported.
In this report, we seek to:
- Address the changing landscape for apprenticeships, using data and evidence to give practical advice for employers
- Guide learning practitioners on how to ensure continuous development for work-based learning
- Investigate and explore the benefits of this and underline its importance
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