AN INTERESTING REPORT ON THE ROLE OF QUALIFICATIONS AND END POINT ASSESSMENT IN APPRENTICESHIPS HAS BEEN PRODUCED BY SEMTA
An interesting report produced by Semta and drafted by Lorna Unwin, Professor Emerita (Vocational Education) and Honorary Professor in the ESRC-funded LLAKES Research Centre at the UCL Institute of Education, outlines the benefit and needs for qualifications in the AME sector. Comparison among the delivery and assessment approach across EU and wider international territories are also described.The report draws on a range of sources (published in English), including research-based and country-specific government literature, to identify the different approaches to apprenticeship assessment and certification and to highlight any lessons that could be useful for the development of new assessment procedures in England. 
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AN INTERESTING REPORT ON THE ROLE OF QUALIFICATIONS AND END POINT ASSESSMENT IN APPRENTICESHIPS HAS BEEN PRODUCED BY SEMTA
SECRETARIAT 12 December, 2017
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