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The Open University recently took part in a webinar called Enabling Social Mobility in Apprenticeships, hosted by the Apprenticeship Diversity and Social Mobility Forum, a thought leadership forum sharing knowledge and insights for social and economic development, run by The Pathway Group.
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The Open University learning model works for the Isle of Wight NHS Trust. It has blended learning. It is extremely flexible. Being an island, not everybody can travel, so to be able to stay on the island and learn and train is great and that's why the model from The Open University works for us.James Barclay
Learning and Development Officer, Isle of Wight NHS Trust
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