This course is an exciting personal development route for existing and aspiring managers seeking formal management qualifications, enabling you to continue to earn while learning and improve your management and leadership skills within the workplace. With the full range of business skills, including managing people, marketing, finance, planning and strategy, leadership and sustainability, you will learn how companies operate and compete - and how, by applying these management skills, you can help them achieve their strategic ambitions. Study while you work on our blended learning degree apprenticeship course, and take your career to the next level.
The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship is appropriate for new and existing employees whose job role involves significant management responsibilities in functional aspects including sales & marketing, production, human resources, logistics, finance and accounting. In addition to this vocational work-place context participants will need to demonstrate their ability to meet the academic entry requirements with GCSE passes at grade C/4 in English and Maths along with A level/BTEC/Professional qualifications with a value of 72 UCAS tariff points. Participants with relevant experience who are unable to meet the formal requirements for degree-level study are eligible to join the programme subject to personal interview and employer endorsement.
Chartered Manager Degree Standard Level 6 Degree in Management and Business Functional Skills Maths and English at Level 2
How is my course assessed?
This is typically a 3-year apprenticeship with an integrated approach to the assessment of knowledge, skills and behaviours. Delivery and on-programme assessment are organised through a range of modules that deliver the HEIs approach to the degree curriculum, and through agreement with the employer in relation to workplace development opportunities. The modules will cover the breadth and depth of the standard using suggested on-programme assessment methods that integrate the knowledge, skills and behaviour components, and which ensure that the apprentice is sufficiently prepared to undertake the synoptic project, which will be assessed by the HEI, employer and independent assessor and the option to apply for professional recognition on achievement of the apprenticeship once the apprentice has passed their endpoint assessment. The apprentice will then be assessed to the Apprenticeship Standard using four complementary assessment methods to take a view of their overall performance in their job. The End Assessment Process will consist of: Paper review of the Portfolio Paper review of the Project Presentation on the Project Panel Interview The End Point Assessment process will be carried out by an independent and impartial Assessor.
Duration 46 Months
Duration 46 Months
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