Join us for our second interactive and informative webinar about our new Sustainability MSc Apprenticeship in which you can experience the teaching style and content that this unique programme will deliver.

Course Directors Dr Rosina Watson (School of Management) and Dr Kenisha Garnett (School of Water, Energy and Environment) will provide a brief overview of this apprenticeship programme followed by two mini-lecture taster sessions. You will gain an understanding of the knowledge, skills and personal competencies the programme will deliver, and how it enables an organisation to improve its sustainability performance.

The Q&A session will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the programme and what’s involved for a sponsoring employer and/or the student undertaking the programme of study.

Our Sustainability MSc Apprenticeship meets the requirements of the Level 7 Sustainability Business Specialist Apprenticeship Standard which means eligible organisations in England can use £11,000 of their Apprenticeship Levy towards the £18,000 fees.

Our programme is designed in consultation with industry to equip sustainability professionals and leaders in organisations of all sizes with a critical mix of technical and management skills.

Register to:

  • Find out more about our Sustainability MSc Apprenticeship
  • Learn how this course will benefit both you and your employer
  • Experience two mini-lecture taster sessions
  • Ask any questions you have about the programme and studying at Cranfield University

Agenda

Welcome and introduction: Dr Toby Thompson, Networked Learning Director
Introduction to the course: Dr Rosina Watson and Dr Kenisha Garnett, Course Directors
Overview and taster sessions of the Sustainability MSc Apprenticeship: Dr Rosina Watson and Dr Kenisha Garnett, Course Directors
How to apply and FAQs:
Christina Goodman, Apprenticeships Team Lead and Neil Godfrey, Project Lead, Corporate Relationships
Q&A:
The panel

 

Register

This webinar is hosted by Zoom. You will need to download the Zoom application and be logged in to your Zoom account to be able to access the webinar. You can create a free Zoom account; you do not need a paid subscription. You will need a reliable internet connection.

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