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The Third Way: Exploring the Best Degree Apprenticeships

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The Third Way: Exploring the Best Degree Apprenticeships ‘

Hosted by the Good Schools Guide, and Wellington College, this is our second conference about Degree Apprenticeships and is a must-attend event.

Last year’s conference introduced the concept of Degree Apprenticeships. This year, we take it one step further and help you understand the process, why the scheme is ideal for many students and what to look for in a good Degree Apprenticeship.

Sessions will cover a range of specific areas such as the application process, the content of the programme and a chance to hear from some current Degree Apprentices.

Copies of the Apprentices Anthology 2018 published by Queen Mary University London and The Good Schools Guide will be available to purchase £10.


Who Should Attend?

  • School and college advisors and career guidance counsellors
  • Directors of Studies
  • Year 12 Tutors
  • Heads of 5th and 6th form
  • Any other school representative helping a student navigate the future after school
  • Parents

Maintained schools and FE colleges, please contact us for information about subsidised tickets conferences@goodschoolsguide.co.uk


Degree Apprenticeship conference 2018 agenda

AGENDA

9.30 am Matthew Oakman, Deputy Head (Academic), Wellington College

Introduction to the conference.

9.35 am Julian Thomas, Master of Wellington College and Annmarie McNaneny, Headmistress of Chesham High School

Myth busters – demystifying a number of often confused statements about DAs.

10.05 am TBC.

10.35 am COFFEE

11.05 am Kate Temple Brown, Temple Brown consultancy, Levy Advisor; Vanessa Kenneth, Independent Careers Advisor

The workings of the application process:

Kate: What does a student need, where to look for help, how does the Assessment centre process work?

Vanessa: How to tackle online applications, tests and interviews.

11.35 am Jonathan Mitchell, Institute for Apprentices

Background to the levy, standards, qualifications and required accreditation.

12.05 pm Lord Lucas

How to know if a DA is right for a student? Introducing the GSG Best Practice awards.

12.25 pm LUNCH

1.15 pm Chair: Julian Thomas, Master of Wellington College

Anouska Ramsay, Capgemini and Harry Goldingay, Aston University

Mike Thompson, Barclays and Karen Taylor, The London Institute of Banking & Finance

Stuart Harper, JCB and Peter Grover, Sheffield Hallam University

Jo Wilson, Dentons and Tricia Chatterton, BPP, Director of Legal Apprenticeship Programmes

Advocates for the programme. Discussing the benefits to their business of Degree Apprenticeships. The content of their programmes, academic certification and the training aspects, pastoral care and outcomes.

2.15 pm Chair Lilly Deevy, Apprentice Ambassador

Apprentice ambassadors speak about their experiences.

3.00 pm Simon Reichwald, The ISE

DAs and the world of work: employability as a Degree Apprentices.

3.15 pm Sally Everist, The Good Schools Guide: Careers

Plenary from the floor and conclusion.

3.45 END


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