The value of a workplace mentor to our apprentices is enormous. Evidence suggests that an effective mentor can, through support and supervision not only help a new employee’s orientation in the workplace, but support learners on an apprenticeship to access information, advice and guidance relevant to their learning. They also work with the apprentice, employer and training provider to ensure that problems are resolved quickly and do not threaten the Apprenticeship.
We ask that the workplace mentor:
We ask mentors who have any concerns about an apprentice/s to contact us immediately so that we can work together to resolve these as quickly as possible.
We ask the employer to identify a mentor who is able to:
Our apprenticeship programme was awarded “Good” in all areas by Ofsted in Autumn 2022. Inspectors said Ebor programmes helped apprentices “develop significant and relevant new skills, knowledge and behaviours” and that they feel valued and listened to and grow in confidence and resilience to carry out their roles.
“Trainers, who are well qualified and highly experienced in the sector deliver lessons that are interesting and thought provoking,” they said.
Ofsted noted that over half of the apprentices who completed their programme with Ebor achieved a distinction grade in their end-point assessment.
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