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Advanced Apprenticeship in Management

All industries need effective managers and there is a growing demand for existing employees to be up-skilled to take on further responsibility to improve productivity

  • Programme ID: (30004910)
  • Sector: Business Management
  • Framework: Management

Management and leadership skills have a major impact on the development, productivity and performance of organisations of all sizes and across all sectors of the economy. Many British leaders and managers are innovative, creative, visionary and inspirational and are heavily relied upon to sustain the UK as one of the world’s leading economies.

All industries need effective managers and there is a growing demand for existing employees to be up-skilled to take on further responsibility to improve productivity. This is also attracting new people into these roles to meet the increasing demand for new management practices and skills

Example job roles:

First Line Manager
Section Manager
Assistant Manager
Trainee Manager
Senior Supervisor
Junior Non-Commissioned Officer (Armed Forces)

Qualifications:

Combined Competence and Knowledge Qualification:

  • NOCN Level 3 Diploma in Management (601/4421/X)
  • Credit Value: 55
  • Guided Learning Hours: 284

Functional Skills:

Apprentices may need to provide evidence of their achievement of transferable skills in English, Mathematics and ICT in order to be awarded the Apprenticeship. If the apprentice does not already have suitable qualifications, the following Functional Skills qualifications can be taken:

  • NOCN Functional Skills qualification in English at Level 2 - (500/9469/5)
  • NOCN Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics at Level 2 - (501/1158/9)
  • NOCN Functional Skills qualification in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Level 2 - (500/9765/9)

Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR):

The ERR aspect of this framework can be achieved through completing the optional L/506/1905 Employee Rights and Responsibilities unit included within the combined qualification as an additional unit or the Instructus Skills Workbook

Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS):

This group of skills are completed as part of the competency or knowledge-based qualifications. The skills covered are:

  • Creative thinking
  • Independent enquiry
  • Reflective learning
  • Team working
  • Self management
  • Effective participation

The Framework for the English apprenticeship can be found here.

The Framework for the Welsh apprenticeship can be found here.