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Management

At Skills Training UK we go further in fully understanding what it is that our employer clients want to achieve from their training.

We work as their partner in delivering on that vision, developing stronger employees who work well as individuals and as part of a team.

Why Skills Training UK?                                                                                           

  • We are a market leader in the field of employee development, helping to develop productive, well-motivated employees who make an effective contribution to performance.

  • Our success is built on delivering proven results for employers including increased workplace efficiency, higher levels of customer service and reduced costs.

  • Our Trainer Assessors have relevant experience and achieve the right balance of classroom and workplace learning.
     

Who is Management for?

Skills Training UK’s bespoke Apprenticeship in Management is for learners who work in, or who want to work in, management roles, such as Section Manager, First Line Manager, Assistant Manager, Trainee Manager, Senior Supervisor or Junior non-commissioned officer.

The Apprenticeship leads to a nationally-recognised Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Management (QCF) and also includes Functional Skills in Maths, English and ICT to Level 2.
 

What are the training objectives?

The Management Apprenticeship gives the opportunity to:

● Develop and demonstrate technical and wider sector-related knowledge to underpin competence. This includes principles of equality, diversity and inclusion, the principles of leadership and management and the principles of people management.

● Develop and demonstrate a range of technical skills and behaviours that support competence in the job roles stated above. This includes managing personal and professional development, supporting equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace and managing team and individual performance.

● Achieve a nationally-recognised Level 3 Diploma.

● Develop personal growth and engagement in learning through the development of personal, learning and thinking skills (PLTS).

● Have existing skills recognised.
 

Training in a Different Class

“Trainers give learners very good personal and professional support…visits are frequent and timed flexibly.”

Skills Training UK 2014 OFSTED Report

How does the training work?

To achieve the Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Management the individual must develop competence and knowledge across a broad range of management skills.

Our Trainer Assessor will make regular visits to the workplace to provide guided learning which progresses the apprentice through their Diploma.

All training materials are high quality and can be co-branded with any employer.

All training sessions are arranged conveniently with the apprentice to fit with their working day. Sessions can be timed around changing shift patterns or night shifts.

What is involved?

The apprentice must achieve a minimum number of credits (55) to complete their Level 3 Diploma. These comprise of five mandatory units and a minimum number of optional units which are chosen from group B and group C. See below.

Certain units are assignment or test-based and others are evidence based which involves providing evidence of competence and knowledge to undertake the tasks.

Mandatory parts of the Level 3 Management Diploma

Units 1-5 (a total of 31 credits) must all be achieved:

  • Manage team performance

  • Principles of people management

  • Principles of business

  • Principles of leadership and management

  • Manage personal and professional development

Group B options

17 optional credits must be achieved from group B. Some combinations of units are barred.

Examples:

  • Manage conflict within a team

  • Develop and implement an operational plan

  • Manage a budget

  • Manage the impact of work activities on the environment

  • Manage a project

  • Manage redundancy and redeployment

Group C options

An additional 7 credits must be achieved from either group B or group C.

Examples:

  • Contribute to the improvement of business performance

  • Negotiate in a business environment

  • Gather, analyse and interpret customer feedback

  • Manage events

  • Review the quality of customer service
     

Assessment

Each of the units is made up of specific elements applicable to a management role, such as planning, allocating and monitoring work, giving feedback and leading meetings.

Assessment takes place through evaluation of workplace performance, presenting evidence, witness testimony and questioning.

A portfolio of evidence is produced to demonstrate that the employee can perform to the described level. Employees will have a Trainer Assessor that will assist in the preparation of the portfolio.
 

Download the Management information sheet


For further information please contact us.

Freephone 0800 612 6224

Email: apprenticeships@skillstraininguk.com

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