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Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership & Management 19 October 2012 Matthew Street Interim Head of Development.

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1 Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership & Management 19 October 2012 Matthew Street Interim Head of Development

2 2 12/09/12 Matthew Street Overview Level 5 Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership & Management Developed in 2011 Over 14,350 starts for Level 3+ Combination of workplace learning –606 Guided Learning Hours 197 off-the-job knowledge development 409 on-the-job skills development

3 3 12/09/12 Matthew Street Overview continued… Last from 12 months to 2 years depending on subject and level, but flexible depending on learner and delivery mechanism Progression: Progress from Level 3 apprenticeship in M&L Progress to Degrees or Masters in Management & Leadership, Business and Business Management

4 4 12/09/12 Matthew Street Content Employer-led qualifications covering competence and underpinning knowledge Transferable skills of Mathematics, and English Personal Learning and Thinking Skills to develop soft skills and behaviours Employee Rights and Responsibilities to cover knowledge of responsibilities in the workplace

5 5 12/09/12 Matthew Street Content Employer-led qualifications covering competence and underpinning knowledge Competence qualification –Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Management (38 credits) Knowledge qualification range of knowledge qualifications from 37 credits to 240 credits

6 6 12/09/12 Matthew Street Entry Requirements and Suitability No entry condition No age or prior learning restriction Can come from a range of diverse backgrounds Job Roles: Managers Senior managers Head of departments Directors

7 7 12/09/12 Matthew Street Business Benefits Develops skills and future workforce Supports recruitment and talent management Improves bottom line Motivates workforce Reduces staff turnover Provides learning alongside employment - so employers see the benefit from day one Fully funded by Government for year olds; 50% funded for year olds; partial funding for 25+ learners Additional grants for SMEs new to Apprenticeships - £1,500

8 8 12/09/12 Matthew Street What employers say Over 80% of employers who employ apprentices agree they make their workplace more productive 81% of consumers favour using a company which takes on apprentices 92% of employers who employ apprentices believe that Apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce 83% of employers who employ apprentices rely on their Apprenticeships programme to provide the skilled workers that they need for the future One in five employers are hiring more apprentices to help them through the tough economic climate

9 9 12/09/12 Matthew Street Going forward Development of a Level 4 apprenticeship framework later this year

10 10 12/09/12 Matthew Street More Information 1. Apprenticeship Framework Online: 2. Skills CFA FAQ: 3. National Apprenticeship Service:


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