Apprenticeships are taught using a combination of on-the-job training, online or in-person workshops, and online resources for independent study.
Delivery strategies will guarantee that standards for off-the-job training are met and that the learner has complete support throughout their programme. Delivering an apprenticeship may involve:
Capital 4 Training’s delivery is customised to the apprentice’s unique learning preferences as well as the demands of the programme and employer. The apprentice is given the resources and support they need to complete their apprenticeship by combining delivery methods. Some of the most significant features of Capital 4 Training’s apprenticeship delivery are outlined here.
Every four to eight weeks, a local trainer will visit apprentices at work. These sessions involve exercises tailored to the programme, observations, and practical learning. Between visits, students will do self-study tasks.
All devices can access Lifetime’s online learning platform, which has a vast library of materials and study programmes for each apprenticeship. It is intended to facilitate self-study and improve in-person interactions.
Apprentices can readily get in touch with their trainer or the course specialists for additional help thanks to learner “communities” that promote shared social learning. In addition to the training, apprentices have access to digital “life skills” materials.
The application serves as a conduit for uploading work and supporting documentation and allows apprentices to monitor their progress and learning schedule.