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Management Apprenticeship Level 3
Qualification:
 
Date:
September 
Study Mode
Full Time 
Assessment:
Workbased Assessment and Coursework 
Level:
Area:
Business Services & Enterprise 
Course Code:
CWALM1 
 
Entry Requirements
4 GCSEs at A*-C (or acceptable alternatives).  Must include English Language and Maths. 
 
 

Advanced Apprenticeship in Management

This course is for you if you have an interest in working in a team environment, providing leadership, management, guidance and support to colleagues. You will learn all about the basics of management and how to manage and support others. You will use this knowledge to practice your skills in the workplace and evidence your understanding and competence in carrying out a range of tasks.


About the Course

This course is for you if you have an interest in working in a team environment, providing leadership, management, guidance and support to colleagues.  You will learn all about the basics of management and how to manage and support others.  You will use this knowledge to practice your skills in the workplace and evidence your understanding and competence in carrying out a range of tasks. 


What Will I Learn?
You will learn about the management of people and resources – leadership and management skills, understanding business environments, communication and conflict, meetings and projects work, developing working relationships with teams and stakeholders, development and training of staff, allocation of work, evaluation of performance, strategies for dealing with staffing issues.


What Else Will I Gain?
An advanced apprenticeship with The Sheffield College provides quality support and training materials to help you learn about the topics and apply them to your own job.  You will be based with an employer who will provide you with the opportunity to practice and apply the learning as well as giving you training in the specific needs of your job. This learning and evidence of competence will be used to gain the NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Management.


On your programme you will also study for Functional Skills in Maths, English and ICT as required by the framework. 


Why Study This Course At The Sheffield College?
You will be linked to a Training and Assessment facilitator who is experienced in assessment of NVQs in Team Leading and who will provide a link between college and your workplace.  There is a team of experienced, specialised and enthusiastic lecturers, who support this process and provide any additional learning materials and input required.  You will have access to up-to-date IT facilities and course resources on the college intranet which can be accessed at home.


Key Units

NVQ L3 Diploma in Management
Functional Skills L2 in English
Functional Skills L2 in Maths
Functional Skills L2 in ICT



Entry Requirements

4 GCSEs at A*-C (or acceptable alternatives).  Must include English Language and Maths. 


Assessment

Practical Assessment and Exams.


Where does this Lead

This course opens up a wide range of opportunities, often leading to offers of full-time employment.  You may progress on to a Higher Apprenticeship course (Level 4) or other levels of NVQ Management (offered at Levels 3, 4, 5 and 7) – often with the same employer, or may decide that a different area of work interests you (e.g. specialising in accounts or administration) and could access an apprenticeship in that area.  Completion of the framework will show that you have completed a course of academic and vocational study and provide you with the qualifications you need to apply for job roles as a team leader, with a range of employers including health service, universities, local and national government offices and many other small, medium and large employers.


Tell Me More

You will be expected to keep a log of hours spent completing on-the-job and off-the-job training.
Holidays are allocated by the workplace and need to meet their requirements, though students are asked to avoid taking holidays during college times if at all possible.