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Greater Manchester Peer Review

Updated: Jul 23, 2018

Nine visiting peers, four from the Amadeus Verein fur Transnationale Bildung in Vienna and five from the Diputacion Provincial de Cordoba were joined by host peers from Manchester Metropolitan University, the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the local small business community.

Peers attended a series of visits, presentations and workshops organised by Manchester Metropolitan University over two and a half days. As was the case in Vienna, the programme of peer review activities reflected the principal actors in the English apprenticeship system. Visits focused on businesses employing at least one apprentice, apprentices themselves, training providers and local public and voluntary sector organisations offering support to businesses and young people.


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Growing Apprenticeship Partnerships (SME GAP) focusses on 'building capacities of intermediary bodies' to support apprenticeships in SMEs, with partners in the United Kingdom, Austria and Spain.

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