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Virtual College and Interserve seminar examines ‘Reforming apprenticeships: a digital approach’

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Virtual College and Interserve Learning and Employment will be delivering a free seminar at this year’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum Conference.

Entitled ‘Reforming apprenticeships: a digital approach’, this seminar is highly relevant to organisations looking at how to maximise their apprenticeship levy and will explore the place of digital learning content in the delivery of apprenticeship standards.

Interserve Learning and Employment are a leading training provider who deliver education and work-based learning that supports economic growth across the UK.

They have partnered with ‘learning technologies supplier of the year’, Virtual College, to bring unique blended learning experiences to thousands of apprentices each year.

The seminar will be delivered by Hayley Khan, Virtual College’s Head of Growth and Innovation, and Gregg Scott, Head of Commercial, Interserve Learning and Employment.

Together, they will discuss:

  • How a blended delivery model supports the apprentice and employer
  • How a digital approach increases quality and consistency
  • What we can learn from apprenticeships to benefit the wider workforce
  • The role of apprenticeships in building a learning and development culture
  • How apprentices can be transformed into lifelong learners
  • Seminar title: ‘Reforming apprenticeships: a digital approach’

    Venue: Learning Technologies Summer Forum Theatre 3, London Olympia 

    Date: Tuesday, 13 June, 2017

    Time: 14.45-15.15

    The Learning Technologies Summer Forum Conference incorporates a packed programme of free seminars in four open theatres and an exhibition area showcasing 36 of the leading industry suppliers.

    Virtual College will be exhibiting on stand 12, showcasing its bespoke online learning capabilities, its 300 ‘off the shelf’ e-learning courses and Enable, Virtual College’s cloud-based learning management system.


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    Author: Emma Brook

    Emma works in the marketing design team at Virtual College and works on a variety of print and digital design projects. In her spare time she enjoys going to gigs and the theatre.

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