Information on Degree Apprenticeships is often quite hard to locate. A one-stop place to go, is sadly lacking. So I will do my best over the coming weeks and months to put together what I can for you. To start with, here is some information regarding the second phase of apprenticeships that are being offered (apologies for the long list)
The Degree Apprenticeships Development Fund (DADF). Was set up in order to oversee and fund the development of the new Degree Apprenticeship initiative.
Phase 1 helped to support up to 5200 new degree apprenticeships beginning this year in September.
Phase 2 has now just been announced, and it will support a new raft of Degree Apprenticeships beginning in September 2018. 27 projects have been awarded a total of £4.9 million to develop the new degree apprenticeships.
The projects, along with the 63 universities that will be supporting them, have now been announced.
The new Degree Apprenticeships will be available for the following career areas (it is a lengthy list, but I think it is important to cover the full range)
|Advanced Manufacturing Engineer|
|Building Services Engineer|
|Computer Science in Practice|
|Computer Security and Forensics|
|Control Support Engineer|
|Early Years Teacher|
|Electrical/Electronic Support Engineer|
|Electronic Systems Design Engineer|
|Food and Drink Engineer|
|Food and Drink Manufacturing Manager|
|Food Processing Engineer|
|Food Scientist (engineering)|
|Food Scientist (technology)|
|Integrated Care Navigator (??)|
|Logistics and Operations Management|
|Non-destructive Testing Engineer|
|Oil and Gas Manager|
|Power Systems Engineer|
|Rail Engineer (MSc)|
|Site Manager (Construction)|
|Supply Chain Manager|
I hope this list is of use to you. I will report further Degree Apprenticeship information as I receive and discover it, so watch this space!