Research and analysis

Planning work-based learning for rapid progress

Ofsted good practice example showing how apprentices at Mercedes-Benz develop skills and knowledge to progress through their programme.

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Mercedes Benz - Good practice example.pdf

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This case study explains how Mercedes-Benz plans and manages apprentice training so that apprentices quickly develop skills and knowledge, collect evidence towards their qualification, progress rapidly through their programme and complete on time.

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Published 15 May 2013

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