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An A - Z of Brookes role-themes and the Apprenticeship programmes that fit to them
Apprenticeship programmes are learning programmes that businesses and organisations use to enhance capability in their workforces. They use them to train people as soon as they come into the organisation, or to develop people who are already in post. The learning programmes are usefully called by role titles: so this makes it easy to search the national apprenticeship directory using keywords from any role title and match apprenticeship programmes to jobs in an organisation
Looking at professional skills sets and role titles at Brookes (particularly for hard-to-fill roles and roles requiring reframing to accommodate unanticipated and future skills needs - in digital technologies for example) here is a smaller directory of apprenticeship programme titles that could be useful to Brookes.
All staff at Brookes, as well as managers responsible for hiring new staff, can research suitable apprenticeship programmes in the directory. Helpful information about the skills, knowledge and behaviours required to be proficient in hundreds of professional apprenticeships can be accessed through the directory - via the embedded links below to the STANDARDS. They make interesting reading and can really help with updating, rewording and reframing the focus of our JDs and professional development. A typical STANDARD looks like this:
If you want to hire someone as an apprentice or support existing team members to be apprentices, HR will support with the background processes. Apprenticeship programmes are FREE of CHARGE to Brookes staff, are for staff at all levels (not just young, early career colleagues), include degree - and masters - level programmes, and can be accessed even if you already have a degree.