Case studies are a great way to capture knowledge and inspire ourselves to take action. They don’t normally replicate exactly the challenges we face in our organisations but they can give a foundation of knowledge that, with a little twist or alteration, helps us generate further ideas or answers. In the Good Practise Resource, we’ve collected examples of good or innovative practise relating to Apprenticeships in the automotive sector in the form of case studies that we hope will inspire you.
The creation of the Good Practise Resource was one of the key recommendations from the Apprenticeship Marketplace report published in 2020. This is one of the outputs for the DRIVES project for the Apprenticeship work package. We’ve given ourselves the broadest range for the case studies so, as our guiding principle, determined that if the case study showcased practises or tools that COULD be applied to Apprenticeships in the automotive sector then we would include it.
There are 2 sections to the Good Practise Resource:
Themes (link to the Themes page) – when drafting the Marketplace Report, we identified a number of key themes that have an impact on Apprenticeship programmes across the EU and these are discussed in full in this section. It’s by no means a complete list but, we believe, a fairly comprehensive one.
Case Studies (link to the Case Studies page) – partners from the DRIVES Project worked with their contacts and stakeholders to identify a substantial range of good or innovative practise that we felt would be interesting to share with others.