Employee workshops


Employee workshops are a great way to share your knowledge of the area you work in. They bring together a group of 12 to 15 people to play a part in developing an apprenticeship.

We'd welcome interest from you if you are:

  • a qualified apprentice

  • an employee with equivalent experience

You should have been in a job for at least 2 years that's relevant to the area you're going to talk about.

What you do in a workshop

In an employee workshop you gather current information about the activities in a job. You'll identify activities that match the knowledge, skills and behaviours that employers need.

We'll gather this useful information and pass it to a Technical Expert Group (TEG). That's a group of senior managers who understand the apprenticeship role that's needed. The group looks at the knowledge and skills and uses them to develop the apprenticeship.

What's involved

You’ll attend an employee workshop online. You’ll be asked about work situations and activities that you experience in your role.

Who we're looking for

To take part in the workshops, we'd like it if you:

  • have completed an apprenticeship (or have equal experience) related to your current role, in the last 2 or 3 years

  • can discuss your role and the work activities you carry out day-to-day

  • can discuss how you use skills, such as communication and collaboration, in the workplace

Register your interest

Help to develop apprenticeships for future generations.

Get involved with developing apprenticeships

Other ways to help develop apprenticeships

Wider consultation

Anyone who's interested in shaping apprenticeships can get involved. We welcome hearing from apprentices, employers, trade unions and professional bodies.

Technical Expert Groups (TEGs)

Technical Expert Group members use their expertise as employers, trade union members and education and qualification experts to help develop apprenticeships. Find out how you could help.

Apprenticeship development

Apprenticeship development involves employers, apprentices and people from different backgrounds. Through practical workshops, groups and consultation we develop apprenticeships that provides essential skills.