The Royal Academy of Engineering welcomes the report on degree apprenticeships from the Engineering Professors’ Council (EPC). The report, Experience Enhanced, is the outcome of a two-year project to assess policy and practice around degree apprenticeships and it highlights nearly 50 recommendations for the Government, for employers and for other organisations such as the Institute for Apprenticeships and the Office for Students.

Professor Jonathan Seville FREng, Chair of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Education & Skills Committee said;

““At the Royal Academy of Engineering we embrace the EPC's positive approach in striving to ensure the success of engineering degree apprenticeships, which offer an exciting new route into a career in engineering. Their success is important for the nation, for employers, for the engineering sector and, most of all, for learners themselves. The EPC’s reflections and recommendations provide an important input for Government and a stimulus to all stakeholders, including the Academy, to continue to participate in the discussion.””

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