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From academic research to user research – 6 months in the Apprenticeship Service

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Employers are able to search for appropriate training courses and training providers as part of the Find Apprenticeship Training service. An example of a search inputted into FAT. The GOV.UK webpage displays a filter section. This demo shows a search for ‘digital’ apprenticeships. There is then a list of apprenticeships that are available displayed, varying in course levels and titles.

User researcher, Dan Clayton, talks about his transition from academic research to user research in the apprenticeship service, and how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted how he works with colleagues and gathers research from users.

Scaling up the Apprenticeship assessment service

A Product Manager and two of her team discussing the launch of the API in front of a whiteboard

Angela Scale is one of the ESFA’s Product Managers in the Apprenticeship Service. Angela talks about how the launch of an application programming interface (API) for end-point assessment organisations will support the service as it grows.

Don’t leave it until September – use our improved public sector apprenticeship reporting tool now

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‘Never put off until tomorrow, what you can do today,’ said grandmothers everywhere. Here at the apprenticeship service our grandmothers would be proud of us because our new revised public sector reporting tool allows organisations to submit their report a …