Placement approaches – developing the right model for your organisation

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A T Level industry placement is an extended period of structured time that a student spends in the workplace, developing technical and soft skills relevant to the sector. They can vary in length but must last for a minimum of 45 days, allowing students to make a meaningful contribution to your organisation. 


In this webinar, you’ll discover the latest government-approved models you can use to host all, or part, of a placement, and how you can work with T Level providers and other employers to find an approach that works best for your organisation.


During the session we’ll take you through:

  • The benefits of hosting industry placements for your organisation and for students
  • The models you can use to host placements – including remote, taster sessions and split placements
  • Practical examples of how employers are drawing on different models
  • Case study input from an employer who has hosted placements
  • How to work with T Level providers and other employers to agree a placement model
  • The government support, tools and resources available to help you


Who is the webinar for? 

Designed for HR Managers, Learning and Development Managers, and others interested in hosting placements. 


Speakers and presenters 

The webinar will be delivered by the Department for Education (DfE) and Strategic Development Network (SDN). SDN is a trusted partner of the DfE and has a proven track record helping organisations understand and benefit from apprenticeships and technical education to upskill and prepare tomorrow's workforce. 

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