Off-the-Job Training

On the evening of Tuesday, June 27, 2017, the government released its long-awaited guidance document on one of the areas of confusion for the new apprenticeship standards: off-the-job training. Off-the-job training (OJT) is included as a requirement for all the new apprenticeship standards.

 

 

Here, we’re going to help you decipher what OJT means, how to it impacts your apprenticeship and how employers and training providers should help you along the way.

How TQUK Can Help You

The new apprenticeship standards are designed to improve upon what’s gone before and help with the apprentice’s initial journey into their chosen career, before you know it, they’ll be on the road to success.

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