Research and analysis

Improving training schedules for apprentices

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Ofsted good practice example showing how CITB-ConstructionSkills developed a one-page apprenticeship training schedule.

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CITB-ConstructionSkills - good practice example.doc

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These simple schedules summarise the areas of competence, skills and qualification units that apprentices need to cover to complete their framework. Apprenticeship officers provide these to employers who deliver training in the workplace and sub-contractor staff who deliver off-the-job training.