The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship is a three-year, part-time pathway leading to a BA (Hons) Professional Practice in Leadership & Management. This programme is delivered by the University Campus North Lincolnshire, in collaboration with the University of Lincoln. The BA (Hons) Professional Practice in Leadership & Management has been designed for as wide a range of individuals as possible and can be studied as a stand-alone degree or as part of a degree apprenticeship
The programme will build capacity to successfully manage people, projects, operations, and services. It will develop key leadership and management knowledge and skills such as decision making, managing and developing people, building teams, leading change, project management, financial management, marketing, communications, innovation, and developing stakeholder relations. The work-based project is a substantial piece of work to be undertaken towards the end of the Apprenticeship programme and brings together elements of learning from different parts of the programme and shows evidence of accumulated knowledge and skills within their organisation.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The course is designed for both experienced and early career managers and supervisors in employment.
The typical duration for this apprenticeship is 48 months, but will depend on the previous experience of the apprentice.
Personal Effectiveness for Leadership
Managing and Developing People
Management of Business Finance
Communication and Professional Practice
Digital Business and New Technologies in the Workplace
Developing Collaborative relationships
Global and Local Markets
Project Management and Professional Practice
Organisational Strategy and Managing Change
Negotiated Work Based Project
The degree programme is delivered 17 days per year, employers must commit to the apprentice having the equivalent of 20% off the job training
The Independent End Point Assessment (EPA) on the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship measures the skills, knowledge and behaviours of each Manager to the Apprenticeship Standard using a range of methods; Portfolio of Evidence, Work-Based Project Report and Presentation, Competency-Based Interview.
Be employed as a manager or supervisor, working at least 30 hours per week.
Level 2 English and Maths (GCSE at grade C/4 or equivalent) are normally required. Applicants without these will undertake a diagnostic assessment for functional skills, this qualification is undertaken during the apprenticeship.
Depending on your situation, you may be able to access a range of financial support available.