What's covered?

Apprenticeships are work-based learning qualifications. Apprenticeships include a combination of the following elements: - A work-based ‘competency’ qualification such as an NVQ - A technical qualification relevant to the specific Apprenticeship - Functional Skills qualifications in Maths, English and ICT or equivalent as appropriate - Personal Learning and Thinking Skills - Employee Rights and Responsibilities - On-the-job and off-the-job training The competency qualification in this Apprenticeship is a L3 certificate in management principles NVQ Mandatory Units: - Manage your own resources and professional development - Provide leadership in your area of responsibility - Allocate and monitor the progress and quality of work in your area of responsibility - Ensure health and safety requirements are met in your area of responsibility Optional Units: Further units will be selected to meet the needs of the employer and learner. The mandatory and optional units are credit based and will make up the full competency qualification

What do you need?

Employer: An employer is expected to train and support the learner and give them as much experience as necessary in the organisation to be competent in all of the mandatory and optional units. Learner: Different Apprenticeships have different entry requirements. The general requirements are that: - You must be living in England and not taking part in full-time education - You must be aged 16 or over - If you took your GCSEs more than five years ago or you do not have GCSE grades C or above in Maths and English you will need to take a literacy and numeracy test The Advanced Apprenticeship has been designed to be suitable for candidates from any sector or industry and as such, is a suitable progression route from almost all Apprenticeships. Candidates must also have the necessary exposure in the working environment to complete the qualification.

How you are assessed

Learners will be assessed within the college as well in the workplace to ensure all the competencies are met. Regular review meetings will take place with the learner, assessor and employer to support the achievement of the qualification.

How Long?

This will depend on the learner but generally you will should aim to complete the apprenticeship within 12 months.

What course next?

Advanced apprentices, with support and opportunities in the workplace, can progress onto a range of further Management and other Professional Qualifications. For example, you may decide to pursue a level 5 Management qualification

What could this lead to?

The Management Advanced Apprenticeship has been developed to support those working in a management position. Progression could therefore include Business Management employment opportunities within a current job role/alternative job role

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