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Professional Apprenticeship Training for AL Hussein Technical University (PATH Programme).
The British Council is working in partnership with Al Hussein Technical University (HTU), drawing upon the UK’s expertise and experience, to support the development of Jordan’s’ first technical degree PATH apprenticeship training.
The aim of the PATH apprenticeship programme is:
- To be an employer lead programme that will lead to a positive change in policy and practice, and attitudes towards Vocational Education for educators, employers, young people and parents.
- To enhance the systems that respond to market needs and to create opportunities for higher education.
The outcome of this apprenticeship programme is:
- To support the development of apprenticeship framework for its Level 4 and Level 5 Technical Degree to propel graduates into the world of work, by tailoring learning to the specific skills in demand in the labour market.
- To support Al Hussein Technical University team through providing them with a UK scoping visit to explore the UK apprenticeship model related to systems and employer engagement.
- To launch the PATH apprenticeship on 2nd of October 2019. Please find below the link of the apprenticeship video for your review.
Enginuity/SEMTA is supporting AL Hussein Technical University to develop and deliver the university’s first apprenticeship framework for its level 4 and 5 technical degree students. Enginuity/SEMTA helps educators see and develop the skills employers need to succeed today and tomorrow, by creating practical skills solutions using unmatched engineering expertise and data. If you would like to know more, please check their website.
At Enginuity they’re industry specialists, providing skills solutions by engineers for engineers. Their quality solutions are easy to easy to use, integrate and measure. Please find below the link of British council Jordan & HTU Pilot apprenticeship case study for your review.