Capgemini UK is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology, and engineering services. Ruth South, Head of Early and Emerging Talent Programmes, describes how the organisation has continued to invest in early and emerging talent, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apprenticeship frameworks will soon be replaced by new apprenticeships standards on 1 August 2020. Find out how employers and providers are already seeing the benefits of moving to standards.
Lydia is a junior user researcher in the Apprenticeship Service looking at how ethics is being used in user research within the ESFA. The conversation around ethics in user research is fairly recent. This may be because user research as …
Jaskiran Kang, lead interaction designer in ESFA’s Apprenticeship Service, talks about how the service has changed the way design crits are run and why they’re so important.
The Apprenticeship Service Engagement team has just launched a new webinar programme for autumn 2019. Helen Gorner, ESFA’s Head of Service Engagement, talks about the programme and how you can get involved.
Chris Dry and James Fisk from ESFA’s Academies and Maintained Schools directorate (AMSD) describe how they have used a prototyping tool to transform the Academies Financial Handbook into a digital product.
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.
I started out as a business administration apprentice and now I help to design the online apprenticeship service.
Chris Davies, an Apprentice Engagement Adviser in the National Apprenticeship Service, talks about partnering with UCAS – one of the ways in which the service is helping to promote employer apprenticeship vacancies.
Paul Rushton, ESFA’s Head of Contracting and Payments, talks about how the ESFA is making payment information easier for training providers to understand.
31 July 2019 marks one year to go until all remaining apprenticeship frameworks are withdrawn. From 1 August 2020 all new apprenticeship starts will be on the high-quality, reformed apprenticeship standards. Find out more from Annabel Basford .