The Centre's first PRAXIS event brought together senior colleagues across Scottish public-sector agencies, academia and the private sector, and acted as a vehicle to showcase work-based learning research. Dr. Anthony Mann led the discussion, drawing on insight from his extensive research in the field of VET and work-based learning.
The Centre for Work-based Learning, along with Skills Development Scotland, brought universities and colleges from across Scotland together to continue to build on the success of Graduate Apprenticeships.
We held an information stand at the Maritime Enterprise Innovation Scotland Conference at the University of Strathclyde.
We held a a workshop with 70 CIAG colleagues to discuss skills for the future and work-based learning developments. The topic of the session was 'Future Skills and Progression Pathways through the Apprentice Family'.
We held a session on ‘Innovation, technological advances and the changing world of work’ at the 19th National Economic Forum in Edinburgh.
We attended the 'Acting now for future skills' event, held by Nesta, which explored how educators and policymakers can respond to the growing demand for future skills.
The Centre for Work-based Learning in Scotland sponsored the Level 4 category at the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards. Sophie Gray from the Centre for Work-based Learning, presented Lisa Daniel of Leonardo with the award.
The Centre for Work-based Learning hosted an international symposium - Innovating work-based learning in Scotland: Thriving in the workplace of the future in November 2017. Find out about the programme and get access to all the event content below.
The Centre for Work-based Learning held a session on 'Factors Affecting Modern Apprenticeship Completion Rates in Scotland' at the Centre for Vocational Education Research in London.
On the afternoon of 18 August 2017 the Centre for Work-based Learning held a round table event on measuring the impact of modern apprenticeships (MAs), which is part of the Centre’s Impact workstream.
On the 8th of February 2017 The Centre for Work-based Learning held a roundtable event on Future Skills for Scotland. The event was chaired by Deborah Roseveare from the OECD with input from a range of Scottish and international attendees.
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