Comment: The case for higher apprenticeships

15 March 2016

AMRC Training Centre,University of Sheffield,Advanced Manufact

Degree apprenticeship which make higher education accessible to all, while providing real life practical learning and hands-on experience of manufacturing processes with supporting courses that give provide background science and a theoretical understanding are what's needed to create tomorrow's manufacturing engineer.

So says AMRC executive dean, Professor Keith Ridgway in an article for Media FHE, the communications, media and information services agency for the higher education sector. Read his comments at http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/news/nr/the-case-for-higher-apprenticeships-keith-ridgway-national-apprenticeship-week-1.558698 and http://www.mediafhe.com/hei-think-the-case-for-higher-apprenticeships.

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