Discover nine tips for increasing inclusivity in your degree apprenticeship provision.

Learning differences can affect people at every level of education, and these differences can cause difficulties for some learners 

With degree apprenticeships becoming a popular alternative to traditional undergraduate degrees, these learners shouldn’t go amiss with regards to additional support, where required.

In this handbook, we break down how to support level six and seven learners and give nine tips to drive inclusivity and support all learners to achieve their qualification. 

We’re going to look at three core areas…

Initial Assessment

Psychometric tests should be used to identify areas for support, not initial aptitude.


Time Management

Time management is one of the biggest challenges faced by level 6 and 7 learners, but we can help.


Addressing drop-out

In higher education, over 30 percent of part-time learners drop out within two years. What can we do about it?

A sneak peek into…

How to support
degree level

What is your degree apprenticeship missing?

Degree apprenticeships are becoming a popular alternative to traditional undergraduate degrees. It’s no surprise, as learners can enjoy the same rigorous academic learning alongside the benefits of full-time employment – not to mention, no student loan!

It sounds like a win-win, right?

But the advice from universities and colleges for prospective degree apprenticeship learners shows that there is less support available at these levels, and learners are likely to face unintentional barriers (UCAS, 2017).

Learning differences can affect people at every level of education, and these differences can cause challenges for some learners.

It’s these learners that slip through the cracks, and providers must ensure they are doing everything they can to drive inclusivity and support all learners to achieve.

But what is it you’re missing?

Join us as we look in to three core areas that will show you ‘How to support degree level apprentices’.

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