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- As one of the UK’s leading research universities you can count on us to look for new ways of thinking and problem solving. We apply our innovative, cutting-edge research to business and provide opportunities to collaborate.
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- Our campus gives your apprentices a wide range of places to study, work, relax and play. With over 150 nationalities on campus, they’ll have exposure to different people, cultures and thinking.
Considering offering a degree apprenticeship in construction?
Warwick have contributed to a new manual, co-authored by Industry and Government, to set out how flexibilities in apprenticeships can be used and delivered in construction – to meet the needs of employers and apprentices.
The ‘Flexible Apprenticeships in Construction’ manual sets out:
- how the delivery of apprenticeship training can be flexed to meet employer needs; and
- how the length of an apprenticeship can be reduced where an individual has existing relevant knowledge or skills
Some employers are already making use of apprenticeship flexibilities and are seeing the benefits of this, in workforce satisfaction, productivity, and improved value for money.
At Warwick our Civil and Infrastructure Engineering degree apprenticeship offers block release training, giving apprentices concentrated periods to focus on academic learning and extended periods in the workplace to put new knowledge and skills into practice. There is also flexible learning for more experienced individuals who are able to build on their existing skills and complete more quickly. Contact our Apprenticeships Team for further details at email@example.com.
If you are interested in finding out more about flexible apprenticeships or the wider range of delivery models, the manual can be found here, or you can visit www.gov.uk/employ-an-apprentice for more information.