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Resources for Apprenticeship Programmes: Resources for Apprenticeship Programmes

Academic Skills support for students on Apprenticeship programmes

As a student on a DMU Apprenticeship programme, you are welcome to use all categories of resources and support provided by Library and Learning Services (LLS). However, this page provides an overview of the areas you may find most relevant.

Accessing the Library off campus

This guide provides an overview of the options and support available to you to access Library resources remotely:

Academic skills-what support is available

Learning Services staff can support you with:

Finding academic sources for your assignments:

Developing your academic writing and study skills:

Good Academic Practices and Referencing:

  • access the I need help with Referencing guide
  • book an appointment with a specialist Subject Librarian or join the drop-in (online or in person)

Learning Technologies


Support for disabled students or students with specific learning differences:

  • visit the Library Disability services page
  • check out this Map for an overview of different support services available to you
  • book an appointment with the Library Disability team 

Popular Resources

Resources providing useful strategies for more effective time management

Resources focusing on engaging with academic reports

Resources focusing on engaging with reflective assignments, including reflective essays and reflections on practice

How you can access support

 You can access academic skills support via:



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Further self-study resources

You may also find these topics relevant to you at different points in your studies:

-Planning and writing an academic assignmentHEAT Toolkit

-Planning and writing a dissertation or research projectThe Dissertation Toolkit

-Proof reading academic assignments: The Proof reading for Grammar Toolkit

For our full range of resources, browse the Skills and Assignments page.