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Using a project based learning approach - Solihull College and University Centre

This project  developed a series of projects for use in the training of Civil Engineers and Building Services Engineers. The projects are centred around current industry demands and working practices to ensure learners are exposed to dynamic and exciting learning and assessment experiences. Projects have been developed by working groups comprising of engineers from industry with specialisms in the relevant fields and teachers working with apprentices from the Technical Apprenticeship Consortium (TAC). The projects developed include all the necessary resources for the teaching, learning and assessment of specific learning outcomes relevant to the qualifications undertaken by apprentices and full-time students within these disciplines. Partners in the project  included, Abingdon & Witney College, Bedford College, Bridgewater College, College of North West London, Coventry University College, Guildford College Group, Leeds College of Building, Liverpool City College, Liverpool John Moores, Newcastle College, New College Nottingham, South Thames College, Warwickshire College and Warwick University The case study was produced in December 2017. The main case study has been adjusted to improve accessibility for screen readers but the project outputs have been attached to this case study as originally provided and may be less accessible.