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Management

Relevant Job Roles

Level 2:

 

Job title(s) Job role(s)
Team leader;
section leader;
floor manager;
helpdesk
manager; trainee
supervisor; team
co-ordinator
Team Leaders play an integral role in supporting organisational objectives
through a wide range of functions, including: monitoring work, giving
feedback, briefing teams, supporting team members, resolving problems,
procuring supplies, project management and delivering and improving
customer service.

 

Level 3:
 

 Job title(s)  Job role(s)
Section manager; first
line manager; assistant
manager; trainee
manager; senior
supervisor; junior
non-commissioned
officer

Managers play an integral role in supporting organisational objectives
through a wide range of functions, such as: planning, allocating &
monitoring the work of a team, supporting team members, managing
conflict, resolving problems, project management, agreeing budgets and
managing customer service

 

Level 4:
 Job title(s)  Job role(s)
Manager, Head of Function, Area Manager

Managers at level 4 play an integral role in developing and supporting organisational objectives through a wide range of functions, such as: managing team of dynamics, deglegation and capability building, planning and managing projects, and managing budgets.

 

 

Level 5:
 

Job title(s) Job role(s)
Manager; senior
manager; head of
department;
director
Managers operating at level 5 play an integral role in setting and supporting
organisational objectives through a wide range of functions, such as:
informing strategic decision making, managing budgets, planning and
implementing change, leading teams and managing programmes of
complimentary projects

 

 

Course Content

Aims & objectives of this framework

To provide employers of all sizes and across all sectors in England with a high quality,
nationally recognised programme which will attract new talent into management and up skill
the existing workforce to make businesses more productive, efficient and profitable.

The main objectives are to:
1. Build a competent management workforce, providing organisations of all sizes across all
sectors with the staff needed to increase productivity and efficiency
2. Tap into the skills and talents of a diverse population by providing flexible entry routes
into a career in management
3. Equip individuals with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to
undertake management roles in a range of business settings
4. Provide apprentices with an opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and experience
they will need to progress to higher level roles with additional responsibilities and onto
further and higher education, if they wish to do so.

 

 

 

 

Level 2 - Intermediate Apprenticeship in Team Leading 

Framework Components

 

Pathway 1: Team Leading:

 

 

No. Ref no. Title Awarding organisation Credt Value Guided learning hours
B1k 601/3430/6 Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Team Leading Pearson Education Ltd 40 206-259
   50087009 Functional Skills qualification in English Level 1 Edexcel 5 30
   50089067 Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics Level 1 Edexcel 5 30
   50094683 Functional Skills qualification in Information and Communications Technology Level 1 Edexcel 5 30
    CFA ERR Workbook      

 

 

Duration

 

  • Minimum of 12 months

 

Level 3 - Management 

Framework Components
 

Pathway 1: Management:

 

No. Ref no. Title Awarding organisation Credt Value Guided learning hours
B1m 601/3396/X Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Management Pearson Education Ltd 55 286-371
  50086832 Functional Skills qualification in English Level 2 Edexcel 5 30
  50089079 Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics Level 2 Edexcel 5 30
  50098275 Functional Skills qualification in Information and Communications Technology Level 2 Edexcel 5 30
    Personal Learning and Thinking Skills      
    CFA ERR Workbook    

 

 

 

 

Level 4 - Higher Apprenticeship in Management  

Framework Components
  
 

Pathway 1: Management

 

 

 

No. Ref no. Title Awarding organisation Credt Value Guided learning hours
C1g 601/3401/X Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Management Pearson Education Ltd 53 219-344
K2b 601/3500/1 Level 4 Diploma in Management and Leadership (QCF) Pearson Education Ltd 37 126-165
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Level 5 - Higher Apprenticeship in Management and Leadership  

Framework Components
  
 

Pathway 1: Management and Leadership

 

No. Ref no. Title Awarding organisation Credt Value Guided learning hours
C1i 601/3524/4 Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Management and Leadership Pearson Education Ltd 53 239-314
K6a 601/3596/7 Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership (QCF) Pearson Education Ltd 39 219
    CFA ERR Workbook      

 

Duration

 

  • Minimum of 12 Months

 


Entry Requirements

 

There are no mandatory entry requirements for this Apprenticeship framework. However employers are looking to attract apprentices who have a strong interest in a career in management. They expect applicants to demonstrate a "can do" attitude and have at least basic numeracy, literacy and communication skills on which the Apprenticeship will build. Entrants will come from a diverse range of backgrounds and will have a range of experience, age, personal achievements and, in some cases, prior qualifications and awards which may count towards achievement of an Apprenticeship. Examples may include learners who have:

  • held a position of responsibility at school or college
  • undertaken work experience, voluntary work or a work placement
  • completed the Duke of Edinburgh Award or similar award
  • undertaken learning in the Foundation Learning Curriculum
  • achieved QCF Awards, Certificates or Diplomas
  • undertaken a Young Apprenticeship programme
  • achieved a (14 - 19) Foundation or Higher Diploma, each of which have underpinning Management & Leadership themes
  • achieved GCSEs or A levels
  • completed other Intermediate Apprenticeships from a wide range of sectors.


Apprentices who are undertaking the Management Advanced Apprenticeship are also likely to have some prior experience in a managerial or team leader role, although this is not a formal requirement. Apprentices who are undertaking the Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership & Management are expected to have significant experience of working at a middle management level to ensure they have the suitable foundations on which to further build their knowledge and skills.


Initial Assessment
Initial assessment must be used to ensure that applicants have a fair opportunity to demonstrate their ability. Learning programmes can then be tailored to meet a range of abilities and to recognise prior knowledge and experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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