Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management ILM Level 5
Level Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management ILM Level 5
Attendance Delivered mainly in the workplace with college attendance on Thursdays 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm for 30 weeks.
Entry Requirements There are no formal entry requirements but it is expected that learners that will have significant experience of working at or towards middle management.

What is a higher apprenticeship?

Higher apprenticeship programmes have been designed to train individuals to foundation and degree level, providing them with the knowledge and skills required to meet employers’ and business needs.

Higher apprenticeships are the next step up from advanced apprenticeships and are nationally accredited work-based programmes. This allows employers to invest into their own organisation’s talent and increase productivity and profitability through a highly qualified and skilled workforce.

 

Who is this qualification for:

This qualification is designed for project managers, department heads and other practicing middle managers. This will develop skills and experience, improve performance and prepare for senior management responsibilities.

The Higher Leadership and Management apprenticeship helps managers provide effective leadership and direction in their area of responsibility, plan and develop operational changes and contribute towards problem solving and decision making.

 

Objectives of learning:

 

  • Understand core management techniques in order to drive better results for the business.
  • Develop an individual’s ability to lead, motivate and inspire a team.
  • Provide and deliver strategic leadership methods as well as day-to-day management techniques which can be implemented into the business.
  • Be able to benchmark an individual managerial skills.

 

Benefits include:

 

  • Individuals will gain an ILM membership, a professional recognition affiliated ILM Member status.
  • Demonstrate strategic thinking at management level which will help to foster business improvement.
  • The ability to engage middle managers with training and development.
  • Managing the performance of teams and individuals

 

NVQ Diploma in Management:

 

Mandatory units

  • Contributing to the Development of a Strategic Plan
  • Designing Business Processes
  • Managing Strategic Change
  • Providing Leadership and Management

 

Optional units

  • Managing Business Risk
  • Recruitment, Selection and Induction
  • Developing and Implementing and Operational Plan
  • Managing Product and/or Service Development
  • Managing Strategic Marketing Activities

 

Diploma in Principles of Leadership and Management:

 

Mandatory units

  • Understanding the management role to improve management performance
  • Managing improvement
  • Making a financial case
  • Developing critical thinking
  • Leading innovation and change

 

Optional units

  • Assessing Your Own Leadership Capabilities and Performance
  • Managing Recruitment
  • Understanding the Skills
  • Principals and Practice of Effective Management Coaching and Mentoring

 

Assessment:

Your employee will require technical knowledge and will show competence through complex work activities. Assessments are conducted in the workplace through observation of the duties carried out and a range of other methods; including witness statements, professional discussions and reflective accounts. To fulfil the requirements of the course your employee will also be required to undertake research and written tasks in their own time of up to 18 hours of study a week.

 

To find out more
Please call: 0161 280 8650
or send us an email at
business.solutions@burycollege.ac.uk