Building a culture of work-based learning

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Enabling a culture of work-based learning can bring a wealth of benefits for individuals, patients, teams and employers.

For employers it can bring additional recruitment pipelines and develop the existing and future workforce. As learning is facilitated in the workplace, individuals will further understand what your organisation does and how you work, while developing technical skills, and understanding the behaviours and values needed.

Here you'll find more information about work-based learning in our briefing, the five key principles we suggest to support work-based learning in an infographic, and a rapid evidence assessment on work-based learning

 


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