Before you invest in a degree apprenticeship, you need to know how it works and what it will mean for your business. The following documents and links to external sites will help you make informed decisions.
Our employer FAQs give you a complete guide to degree apprenticeships at Sheffield Hallam University. They cover everything you need to know, from funding to your role as an employer.
Download the Employer FAQ
National Apprenticeship Service
The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) website contains a wide range of information on degree apprenticeships. It includes vital information on the apprenticeship levy, as well as guidance for students and parents.
Visit the NAS website
National Apprenticeship Service employer's guide
This employer’s guide from NAS provides detailed information on degree apprenticeships. It covers the benefits for employers, an overview of the apprenticeship levy, and a guide to degree apprenticeship frameworks.
Download the NAS employer’s guide
Skills Made Easy
Skills Made Easy helps SMEs in the Sheffield City Region recruit new employees and develop their teams. It offers practical advice on a range of issues to help you make informed decisions about your degree apprenticeship.
Visit the Skills Made Easy website
Supply chain policy
This document is written and updated to meet rules set out by the Skills Funding Agency. It outlines the framework that the University uses to select and regulate subcontractors, including the financial arrangements.
Download our supply chain policy for 2018/19
We have a great relationship with the many employers we work with. However, it’s important that we have the correct procedures in place if we need them. This document outlines our complaints policy for degree apprenticeships.
Download our complaints policy
All Apprenticeship Standards involve an end-point assessment, which is a synoptic test of the apprentice’s knowledge, skills and behaviours gained through their apprenticeship course and work-based experience. This assessment will typically be conducted by a third party that is independent from the delivery of the course and training, though there are some exceptions where the end-point assessment is integrated directly into a degree award. Sheffield Hallam University can talk to you about identifying the Assessment Organisation.