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Degree Apprenticeships in Healthcare and the Public Sector

Coach Lane Campus (West), Northumbria University


Degree Apprenticeships in Healthcare and the Public Sector

New Knowledge. New Skills. New Thinking.

Find out how our degree apprenticeship programmes can support your organisation’s workforce development and talent retention strategy. This event will focus specifically on the following:

Registered Nurse*

Leadership & Management programmes (MSc Strategic Leadership*, MBA*, Chartered Manager)

MSc Advanced Clinical Practitioner*

Join us for a briefing to hear about this exciting new portfolio of higher and degree apprenticeships and how these programmes can benefit your organisation, be contextualised to your sector and develop your people through the use of your levy.



16.30 Tea & coffee

16.45  Welcome

16.50 - 17.30 An overview of the new portfolio

17.30 Q&A and opportunity to meet course leaders individually for further information


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Event Details

Coach Lane Campus (West), Northumbria University
Lecture Theatre 022, Clinical Skills Centre
Coach Lane Campus (West)
Newcastle upon Tyne


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