FAQs - Bespoke Training Provider Questions - Apprenticeships

Introduction 

In order to provide flexibility, Bud allows training providers to configure question sets within  Apprenticeship applications

If you would like to discuss adding training provider questions for your tenancy, please speak with your Customer Success Manager. 

Within the application process for Apprenticeships training provider questions form an extra set of questions, in addition to the standard Bud application questions.

Types of Question

It is possible to configure two types of questions: 

  1. Free Text - the answer is provided in free text form, up to 3,000 characters long
  2. Boolean - the answer is either Yes or No

Additionally, a question can be optional based on the response of a previous boolean question.

For example, a question of 'Is the learner struggling' could result in a follow up question 'Please provide more details' if the answer given is 'Yes', but no follow up question if the answer given is 'No'. 

How to Add Apprenticeship Application Questions

If you would like to enable Training Provider Questions in your apprenticeship application please:

1. Speak with your Customer Success Manager and complete the attached 'Application Questions - Apprenticeships' spreadsheet.  When completing please ensure the order in the spreadsheet reflects the order you wish the questions to be displayed in your application. 

2. Ask your system administrator to send a support request to support@bud.co.uk putting 'training provider questions' in the subject, and attach the spreadsheet. 

If you choose to add Application Questions into your Application Flow, these will appear as an additional tab under the 'Additional Details' section and will be required to be completed by the trainer with the learner:

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Note, that if you have previously configured application questions and would like to update them, please follow the process above. Please ensure you specify all the questions you would like to be asked, including ones that might already be part of the application. 

 

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