Advanced Apprenticeship in Management
This Apprenticeship can be applied across a broad range of sectors and job roles. Good managers and team leaders are essential to the success of any business, so the skills gained on this apprenticeship are transferable and valuable.
Learning will be tailored to your industry, but it?s likely you?ll be responsible for the delivery of a service, or how other people carry out their work. You could be working as a shift leader, charge hand, section leader, team leader, floor manager, trainee manager, deputy manager, or supervisor.
From this Advanced Apprenticeship you?ll be able to understand the theories of management and how to source, understand, present and explain work related figures and calculations.
Depending on the focus of your job, you might learn other skills including how to allocate and check other people?s work; plan and implement change; manage a project or budget; encourage innovation; carry out operational plans; recruit staff; or develop customer service skills.
What qualifications will I gain?
- Chartered Management Institute Level 3 NVQ in Management: This is the competency part of the qualification and essential for you to achieve the full apprenticeship. This part shows that you are competent in performing the skill, trade or occupation your apprenticeship requires.
- Chartered Management Institute Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management: This is the knowledge element where you will gain the necessary technical skills, knowledge and understanding of theoretical concepts as well as of the relevant market and industry.
- Functional Skills: Providing you with a good level of literacy and numeracy. Level 2 English, Level 2 maths and Level 2 ICT.
How will I be trained?
Apprenticeships are designed with the help of the employers in the industry, so they offer a structured programme that takes you through the skills you need to do a job well. There are targets and checks to make sure that your employer is supporting you and you are making progress.
As an employee you will be in employment for the vast majority of your time as most of the training takes place on the job. The rest takes place at HLC. You can complete this off-the-job training on a day release or evening class basis. All the things you study at college during this time will be useful in your job and help you to succeed in your future career. Your employment will usually be for at least 30 hours per week.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment will take place through practical training at college and at the work place as well as via theory which is demonstrated through a portfolio of evidence. This will involve extensive report writing of a good standard. Work-based assessments are also carried out. Any relevant prior knowledge you may have will be used to assist in planning the programme and training.
What are the entry requirements?
- You would normally be expected to have 5 GCSEs at grade C or above (including maths and English), or a relevant vocational qualification at Level 2 or above.
- Those applicants without formal qualifications but who can evidence substantial and relevant sector work experience will also be considered.
- All applicants are offered a place subject to satisfactory interview and an initial assessment in maths and English.
Minimum Age: 16
Duration: 1 to 2 years - Day release/evening classes as an Apprentice with an employer
Opportunities range from team manager, shift manager, store manager, section manager and room leader
There is scope to progress further and study for a Higher Apprenticeship at Level 5, Foundation Degree, Chartered Management Institute Level 5 Diploma in Strategic leadership and Management; NVQ Level 5 or a range of professional qualifications in HR Management.
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