R & D project

Digital apprenticeships

Using data to enhance and improve the apprenticeship journey

Archived

This project was archived on 30 April 2019

This project is currently on hold - we will review it as new data becomes available. It has currently lead to positive insights into the apprenticeship journey, including the apprenticeship toolkit.

  • 1 year and 8 months

    Ended 30 Apr 2019

    100%
  • Budget:

    £50k to £250k

  • Expected outcome:

    New service

Tags:
Data and analytics
Students working at North Lindsay College
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Students working at North Lindsay College
©Jisc and Matt Lincoln

Meet the project team

Sue Attewell
Sue Attewell

Head of change - further education (FE) and skills, Jisc

Rob Bristow
Rob Bristow

Senior co-design manager, Jisc

James Clay
James Clay

Head of higher education and student experience, Jisc

Project timeline

This project ran until spring 2019

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