UNIVERSITY OF BEDFORDSHIRE
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About this provider
The University of Bedfordshire has campuses in Luton, Bedford, Milton Keynes and Aylesbury.
The University places strong emphasis on practical and professional skills, alongside high quality education and training. We partner many organisations whose employees successfully combine work with professional studies.
The 2015 Quality Assurance Agency Review commended the University and identified eight areas of good practice in teaching and learning - now a QAA case study.
For 2017 our apprenticeship training includes Chartered Management, Project Management, Healthcare Practice, and Digital and Technology Solutions.
Employers and apprentices are supported by experienced apprenticeship co-ordinators, through workplace visits and regular reviews.
What employers are saying
Overall rating from October 2018 to now
- Excellent 1 out of 5 reviews
- Good 3 out of 5 reviews
- Poor 1 out of 5 reviews
- Very poor 0 out of 5 reviews
- Training facilities (4)
- Communication with employers (2)
- Working with small numbers of apprentices (2)
- Improving apprentice skills (1)
Things to improve
- Communication with employers (3)
- Getting new apprentices started (2)
- Reporting on progress of apprentices (2)
- Providing the right training at the right time (1)
8 Apprenticeships offered
|Associate project manager||Standard||4||Details|
|Chartered manager degree apprenticeship||Standard||6||Details|
|Digital and technology solutions professional||Standard||6||Details|
|Food Industry Technical Professional||Standard||6||Details|
|Healthcare assistant practitioner||Standard||5||Details|
Annual survey results
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Education and Skills Funding Agency cannot guarantee the accuracy of course information on this site and makes no representations about the quality of any courses which appear on the site. Education and Skills Funding Agency is not liable for any losses suffered as a result of any party relying on the course information provided.
Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)