Definition

Which are the 6 main characteristics of HE Apprenticeship?

From the point of view of University-Business collaboration, “HE Apprenticeship” is understood as programmes that have all or a minimum of four characteristics out of the six listed below:

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1. Learning alternates between a workplace and an educational or training institution

2. The programme has a strong tutoring/mentoring aspect both at
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3. The programme is part of formal and/or continuing education and training

iconcine_5color4. On successful completion of the programme, learners acquire a qualification or a part of a qualification and receive an officially recognised certificate

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5. Apprenticeships are based on a contract or formal agreement between employer and learner but, sometimes, can be based on a contract or formal agreement with the HEI

iconcine_3color6. Apprentices are contractually linked to an employee and to a HEI and receive remuneration in the form of wage, allowance or similar for their work

 

 

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