This qualification is suitable for new Team Leaders who want to build their skills and experience in leadership and management with a combination of on-the job and theory based training
The demands and challenges that organisations face, mean that Team Leading and Management skills have never been so important. You could be working in a small or medium enterprise, a public sector organisation or a large multi-national firm. This qualification is suitable for new Team Leaders who want to build their skills and experience in leadership and management with a combination of on-the job and theory based training. The Institute of Leadership and Management Level 2 apprenticeship is appropriate for you if you are working as a team leader and are required to complete a number of standard tasks with a team of staff. This is a nationally recognised qualification and awarding body. You also gain professional membership of the Institute of Leadership & Management and access to ILM on-line learning, news bulletins and career portal.
The ILM Level 2 Team Leading apprenticeship covers all the essential skills for you to develop in your role. The five mandatory units consist of principles of team leading and management, workplace communications, understanding business and personal development. You will also select from a wide range of optional units to suit your specific role and organisation; optional units include customer service, health and safety, managing performance and projects.
4 GCSEs at A*-D or acceptable alternatives including English Language, with Maths no lower than an E. You will also need to gain a suitable employer.
This qualification will provide progression opportunities to other qualifications such as:
ILM Level 3 Apprenticeship Diploma in Management
ILM Level 3 Diploma in Management
ILM Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Management
Apprentices attend college one half day each week to complete functional skills English, Maths and ICT level 1, if required. Tutorial support to cover the knowledge and underpinning requirements of the NVQ component of the framework are delivered in the workplace. The assessor will visit the apprentice in the work place to go through the student’s portfolio, normally for a one hour session once a month. Review meetings are carried out every 8–12 weeks with the apprentice and their manager to track and record progress at work and at college.