Posted: by Alice Reynolds in Higher Education

WBIS20 Exhibition

Celebrating 20 years of Work Based and Integrative Studies, the University of Chester's innovative work based learning framework

The University of Chester are celebrating the achievements of their Work Based and Integrative Studies, a programme that when it started had only 6 people signed up. Fast forrward 20 years now there are over 1000.

Wednesday 4th - Thursday 12th July. 10am - 4pm each weekday and closing at 12noon on the 12th. Churchill House Atrium, Queen's Park Campus. 

Free to visitors - all are welcome! 

The exhibition will feature interactive exhibits, videos and artefacts covering: 

  • Innovative and sector-leading work on learning, teaching, assessment and practitioner research
  • Some of the University's leading engagement with partners including the Civil Service Coaching, the Mounbatten Institute, Rosemary Conley Diet & Fitness Clubs and many others. 
  • Major public sector and corporate clients such as the Cabinet Office, RAF and BHS to local employers with WBIS degree apprenticeship provision (from Airbus to Chester Zoo)

Enquiries: cwrs@chester.ac.uk

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