There are a few key differences:
- With the Apprenticeship there is an equal focus on the development of skills and behaviours rather than just focusing on the attainment of technical knowledge.
- To achieve the Apprenticeship you'll also need to complete an end point assessment to show you have learned and applied the full range of knowledge, skills and behaviours required by the Apprenticeship standard. This will involve writing a 4,000 word project report to reflect on your recent and relevant professional work experience.
- On an Apprenticeship scheme, 20% of your working time must be spent in training and development, such as professional qualification study, shadowing, mentoring, 1-2-1s and technical training.
- We cover a wide range of topics beyond just the technical qualification, including industry context, current issues and British Values