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Work-based learning maturity model

About this toolkit

Type
Maturity model
Subject areas
e-Learning
Technology Platform
PBworks wiki
Conditions of use
None
Access
Freely available
Date of original release
March 2011
Date of last known update
None
Current status
Active
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Summary of stated purpose

 

The purpose of the Work-based Learning Maturity Toolkit is to support HE/FE sectors in enhancing employer provision of work-based learning (WBL) and to:

 

  • Assess their current performance in work-based learning
  • Identify a Vision for work-based learning
  • Identify the "enablers" and "barriers" to achieving the Vision
  • Develop recommendations for actions and change management

 

Output types

 

Qualitative

Qualitative outputs or statements for each of

 

  • institutional readiness
  • Faculty/School/Dept readiness
  • programme design for WBL
  • programme delivery and assessment for WBL
  • effective partnerships
  • quality of learner experience
  • effective usable accessible technologies

 

Outputs include:

 

  • An assessment of their current performance in work-based learning
  • A vision of where they would like to get to
  • "Enablers" and "barriers" for reaching their vision
  • Recommendations for future actions
  • Plans for change management

 

The tool is not an on-line assessment, it provides a methodology and suggested questions for gathering data are supplied for the seven criteria.

 

Supporting evidence

 

Development partners were Universities of Bradford, Middlesex & Westminster and the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Craven College, ELRAH (Edinburgh, Lothians , Fife and Borders Regional Articulation Hub), JISC and Peter Chatterton.

 

URL http://wbltoolkit.pbworks.com/w/page/35396849/Home%20page%20-%20WBL%20Maturity%20Toolkit

 

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