Work-based Learning Innovation Research Project
The Centre of Computing Science Education has been thinking deeply about how to progress work-based learning in Software Engineering, particularly at research-led ancient institutions, such as the University of Glasgow. The Work-based Learning Innovation Research Project is tasked with devising a viable model for Software Engineering at research insitutions. The Centre is seeking to collobrate and consultate with various employers and learning providers to best understand the optimal model for work-based learning in Software Engineering.
The Centre of Computing Science Education is consulting with a range of employers, big and small, across Scotland. The consultation process is designed to inform an optimal model for delivery of work-based learning in Software Engineering.
The Centre of Computing Science Education has assembled a diverse team of academics, researchers as well as technical specialists to consider the challenges and opportunities of work-based learning in Software Engineering.
FunderThe Work-based Learning Innovation Project is funded by the national skills agency, Skills Development Scotland, and the European Social Fund.
We are aware that questions may be raised by members of staff at the University of Glasgow - particularly in the School of Computing Science - about how this work may affect them. We have developed an FAQ to alleviate some of these concerns.