Apprenticeships needn’t mean a risk to your investment or a compromise on quality. Especially when they’re delivered by the leading force in technology-enabled, tutor-supported learning.
Whether you’re looking to train new or current employees, we currently offer several end-to-end degree and higher apprenticeship programmes for private, public and third-sector organisations in England - and are in the process of developing more.
Your organisation can utilise these programmes to plug crucial skills gaps and ensure you have the talent to future-proof your organisation.
Through tutor-supported online learning, apprentices can flex learning around their work schedule, reducing time away from the workplace. Skills learnt as they progress through the programme are immediately embedded into the workplace, giving an almost instant return on investment.
With The Open University your organisation will benefit from:
Our experienced account management team can help employers work out the best way to get up and running with apprenticeships. Get in touch or call 0300 303 0122.
Employers are also assigned a dedicated Apprenticeship Programme Delivery Manager that supports the employer to deliver apprenticeship programmes that meet their business needs and provides regular management information.
Delivered in partnership with employers, this flexible and innovative Level 7 Apprenticeship will prepare experienced registered healthcare professionals to develop their professional careers as Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACPs).
The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship provides apprentices with higher level leadership and management skills, core competencies and desired behaviours to become a more effective manager.
The Open University’s Digital and Technology Solutions Professional Degree Apprenticeship programme develops the higher-level skills and behaviours required to create confident and capable digital and technology professionals.
The Nursing Associate is a highly trained generic support role within the field of Nursing which acts as a ‘bridge’ between unregulated Healthcare Assistants (HCA) and Registered Nurses.
The Open University’s Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship supports employers to develop their healthcare support workers (HCSWs) towards registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, as either Adult, Children and Young People, Learning Disabilities or Mental Health Nurses.
Our Senior Leader Apprenticeship develops inclusive leaders who are responsible for developing ethical, innovative and supportive cultures with the ability to deliver results, manage complexity and instigate change.
Our Social Worker Degree Apprenticeship is a practice-based learning programme that combines on- and off-the-job learning and development, delivered flexibly around the demands of your workplace.
Graduates from the programme will be able to apply systems thinking in practice, creating leaders and managers capable of making strategy, managing change and co-designing systems interventions in your organisation.
Our Police Community Support Officer Apprenticeship programme mixes on-the-job training with off-the-job learning and provides the skills and knowledge needed for a policing career.
The Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship is delivered through the Police Educational Qualification Framework (PEQF) and led by The Open University Policing Organisation Practice (POP) Team, and provides a mixture of interdisciplinary academic and professional police experience and expertise.
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