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The Higher and Degree Apprenticeships Conference 2019 will offer leading policy updates and guidance in developing outstanding higher and degree apprenticeships schemes which meet the needs of employers and industry.

In Media Partnership with

Confirmed Speakers

Jonathan Mitchell
Deputy Director for Standards Development,
Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education
Adrian Anderson
Chief Executive,
University Vocational Awards Council (UVAC)
Anthony Knowles
Head of National Accounts - North,
Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
Mark Dawe
Chief Executive,
Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)
Ann Potterton
Head of Apprenticeships - Relationship Management,
BT Group

200+ ATTENDEES

15+ SPEAKERS

KEY GUIDANCE AND BEST PRACTICE UPDATES

8+ HOURS OF CPD CONTENT

Testimonials

"I very much enjoyed attending the event and found the content to be useful and applicable to my role. I would recommend to any colleagues seeking further understanding of higher apprenticeships."

Birmingham City University

"Great Networking with higher education leaders who are facing similar problems and issues with the introduction of higher apprentices i.e the understanding of the 20% of the job requirement and how this suits employers who would usually employ using the graduate route."

Doncaster College

"This was a very useful event to get an understanding of the apprenticeship landscape from different perspectives."

Westminster Kingsway College

"Very informative event, relevant speakers and a lot of beneficial information provided on different areas."

Education and Skills Funding Agency

"A very interesting conference with a good mix of experienced speakers."

The Manchester Metropolitan University

"I was inspired by the speaker for Barclays - Mike Thompson's overview - of their apprenticeship module. It was one to follow as best practice for me."

UKCBC

"This conference was very well organised and facilitated. The speakers had been carefully chosen to provide a comprehensive overview of the national picture of higher and degree apprenticeship development in England."

University of Brighton

"The Higher Apprenticeships Conference was a useful insight into the current policy and good practice around higher and degree apprenticeships. A good balance of networking opportunities and engaging speakers."

University of Chichester

"Excellent opportunity to engage with other providers and gain valuable insights into employer needs and 'must haves'."

University of Leeds

"I thought this event was well organised in a suitable venue, with inspiring and instrumental speakers, and a great networking opportunity."

Writtle University College

Congress Centre

28 Great Russell Street
London
WC1B 3LS

Venue Information