Work Based Learning Codes of practice and beyond Work based learning • A significant change in emphasis • Different learning teaching and assessment challenges • Partnership management • Off site and blended delivery • New roles • The future Work based learning • Change in emphasis – the risk assessment • Shared delivery • Ownership / stakeholders • Quality assuring the curriculum • Mentorship and supervision Work based learning • Learning, teaching and assessment challenges • Intended learning outcomes in a theory : practice paradigm • Assessment tasks offering academic level plus relation of theory to practice • Marking and markers • Student experience and support outside University Work based learning • Partnership / stakeholder strategies • Can include employers, PSRBs, sector skills councils and many more • Must include regular contact and consultation Work based learning • Off site and blended delivery • Access to relevant experiences within a work situation • Co-operation between module leader and site based staff / team expansion • Practical issues achieving complex skills within a module timescale Work based learning • New roles – Link roles – Mentor training – Supervisor training Work based learning • Future use of work based credit • Options? • What are your challenges? How should we proceed with mentor preparation? What would you add to the Code of Practice? Which forms of assessment work best?