We are pleased to be a strategic partner for SDN’s inaugural Apprenticeship Breakthrough Conference on 29th April in Birmingham.

The Conference, for front-line trainers/assessors, won’t just be focused on policy – it will be practical, interactive, action-focused, and affordable.

2019 is the year end-point assessments are ramping up. It is different and high-stakes – for those preparing apprentices for assessment, and for those conducting assessments.

The Conference will look under the bonnet of the first end-point assessments, and explore what it means for on-programme training providers and their front-line staff.

Bag your ticket now for just £145+VAT

In the morning, you will:

  • hear from leading EPAOs on the outcome of their first end-point assessments, how apprentices are faring, and what it means for on-programme delivery
  • interact with those who have worked right through the new apprenticeship process – an apprentice, a trainer, an employer and an end-point assessor

In the afternoon, you will:

  • unpick key findings from Ofsted inspections of providers now delivering apprenticeship standards
  • attend deep-dive development sessions with our expert team, to help you work through changes to your specific role and the actions you can take

The Conference brings together SDN’s work with 900 apprenticeship training providers and 50 EPAOs across the country.

You will leave the day with cutting-edge insights, tools and actions specific to your role, that will help you to adapt and improve your practice in the months ahead.

Find out more and book your place here

Looking to book three or more delegates? Let SDN know and they’ll provide you with a discount.

Any questions about the conference can be directed to the SDN events team: events@strategicdevelopmentnetwork.co.uk

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