Apprenticeships offer employers a great opportunity to address skills gaps in their organisation. They provide a training framework for developing a new member of staff; or a way to upskill a current employee.
Higher and degree apprenticeships also provide individuals an opportunity to study whilst they work and a valuable opportunity to apply academic theory to practice in the workplace. They also provide great career progression opportunities and a platform for learning new skills. Apprentices earn while they learn and receive paid time off to study and attend teaching sessions with fees paid for by their employer and the government.
The cost of apprenticeship training and assessment can typically be met, in full or in part, through the apprenticeship levy or government funding for non-levy payers.
Oxford Brookes offers a range of higher and degree apprenticeships directly as well as in collaboration with our Associate College Partners (ACPs).