Andrew Webster, Head of Skills in Business, explains the difference between higher and degree apprenticeships and how your business can become more productive and competitive.
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Last week the University of Gloucestershire was awarded £240,000 by HEFCE to expand its portfolio of apprenticeships, including three new degree apprenticeships in the Science and Technology (STEM) sector.
For Gloucestershire organisations to compete in an increasingly global marketplace, it has never been more important for businesses to have access to the skills that they need, locally.
The University of Gloucestershire has been working with the top 100 businesses in Gloucestershire to develop a suite of professional courses designed to upskill directors, managers, employees – to boost revenue and recruit and retain top talent.
Since September 2015, the University of Gloucestershire has been working with Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to offer a Higher Apprenticeship at Level 5 for the Trust’s Assistant Practitioners.
Dr Mark Redmond, a senior lecturer in health and social care at the University of Gloucestershire, has become a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts (RSA).
The University of Gloucestershire has unveiled the designs for its landmark new Business School and Growth Hub building at the Oxstalls campus in Gloucester.
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