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The New Apprenticeships

The New Apprenticeships

Facilitating Learning, Mentoring, Coaching and Assessing

AUTHOR : By Andrew Armitage and Alison Cogger

ISBN : 9781912508280

Edition No : 1

Publication : 2 Apr 2019

Extent : 160 pgs

ISBN : 9781912508297

Edition No : 1

Publication : 2 Apr 2019

Extent : 160 pgs

ISBN : 9781912508303

Edition No : 1

Publication : 2 Apr 2019

Extent : 160 pgs

ISBN : 9781912508310

Edition No : 1

Publication : 2 Apr 2019

Extent : 160 pgs

Description

  • Are you involved in assessing the new apprenticeships?
  • Are you clear about your role and responsibilities in the context of the new apprenticeships?
  • Do you need support in being an effective learning facilitator?

One of the key features of the new standards-based apprenticeships is the role of learning mentors and coaches and the need to support apprentices throughout their journey and prepare them for end-point assessment. This book takes you through the essentials of learning and development, and the principles and practice of mentoring, coaching and assessing learning. Whatever your vocational subject, this accessible and concise text provides you with an in-depth understanding of these areas and how to effectively apply them to practice.

 
 

Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1 The new apprenticeships
Chapter 2 Learning and development
Chapter 3 Mentoring processes
Chapter 4 Mentoring and coaching skills
Chapter 5 Assessment
References
Index

Author

Andy Armitage was head of the department of post-compulsory education at Canterbury Christ Church University and taught in secondary, further, adult and community education, and HE for over 40 years. He was an associate inspector and then Ofsted Inspector (OI) from 2011-15. He now works as a consultant with universities, advising them on teacher training and as a staff developer in the education and training sector. As Chair of the Universities’ Council for the Education of Teachers Post 16 Committee from 2014-7, he was closely involved with the development of the Education and Training Apprenticeships. He is co-author of a number of key texts for FE ITE programmes including Teaching in Post-14 Education and Training, Working in Post-Compulsory Education, Assessment  in FE, Developing Professional Practice 14-19, Series Editor Teaching 14+.

Alison Cogger completed a BTEC national diploma in the 1990s and following her first degree, took a PGCE in post compulsory education and then taught and mentored for 6 years in FE. She worked for the AimHigher programme, leading on FHE progression, the subject of her Masters dissertation, before moving into adult and community education, where she was acting county manager for creative and healthy living for Kent Adult Education Service. She then entered HE as programme director of the PGCE 14-19, which was and remains a nationally unique teacher education programme leading to either QTS or QTLS. She is completing her doctoral thesis on vocational teacher training. She is currently faculty director of school, college and learning setting partnerships and is the faculty lead on apprenticeships at Canterbury Christ Church University.

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