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1 Higher Apprenticeship in Project Management Nathaniel Morosoli- APM

2 Higher Apprenticeship Framework Level 4 Diploma in Project Management Functional skills –Maths –English –ICT Personal learning and thinking skills (embedded) Employee rights and responsibilities (embedded)

3 Level 4 Diploma in Project Management The diploma in project management is 120 credits at QCF level 4 Mandatory units –Principles of Project Management. (knowledge unit) –Project Stakeholder Management (competence unit) –Project Communications (competence unit)

4 A total of 70 credits from the following competence units (all units are worth 10 credits unless otherwise stated) Managing project schedulesManaging project quality Managing project scopeManaging project resources Managing project contractsBusiness case, project structure and progress monitoring Managing project financesManaging project risks Provide leadership and direction for Plan,allocate and monitor own area of responsibility (5 credits) work for own area of responsibility (5 credits) Level 4 Diploma in Project Management

5 Entry requirements Entry requirements are being set by the individual corporate organisations. Experience to date is that this includes Maths and English GCSE grades A*-C plus A Levels or equivalent

6 Length of programme The programme runs for an average of 2 years Some organisations offering the programme in 18 months (e.g. BAE systems) Some organisations offering the programme over 2.5 years (e.g. British Airways)

7 Delivery methods Most of the units within the Level 4 Diploma in Project Management are competence units, so there is an emphasis of learning in the workplace, supported by classroom based learning

8 Funding Funding rates for the Higher Apprenticeship in Project Management (exclusive of functional skills) –16-18 £5, (up to 100% available) –19-24 £4, (up to 50% available) –25+ £3, (up to 50% available) Please note that only a maximum of 50% of the and 25+ funding will be awarded, as it is expected, by Government, that these will be co-funded by employers

9 Providers QA Aim Academy/PDS Blackpool & The Fylde College Newcastle-under-Lyme College

10 The APM model of PPM professionalism

11 The core components A framework or methodology which defines the processes and practices for the organisation A competence framework to map levels of knowledge and experience at appropriate levels Qualifications to provide developmental opportunities and recognition of competence at appropriate levels A continuing professional development scheme that broadens horizons and builds understanding through sharing of good practice Recognition that true professionals should be accountable for their actions and adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct

12 Organisational capability Introductory APMP (IPMA Level D) Practitioner (IPMA Level C) Certificated (IPMA Level B) Knowledge Competence 0 years8 – 10 years Registered Project Professional Higher Apprenticeship in project management Achievement – Qualifications

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