Managers play a huge role in ensuring the success of their organisation. Managing systems, processes and people to drive productivity requires a complex range of skills.
This level 5 apprenticeship is designed to support operational managers in driving team performance and ensuring business success.
At a glance
Open and closed cohorts available
Next intake: January 2024
Core Module A
Understanding self and others
Building and managing teams
Developing and leading teams
Core Module B
Data-driven thinking and decision-making
Foundations of financial acumen
Foundations of persuasion and negotiation
Strategy, marketing and sales
Core Module C
Skills Scan - to be completed by all applicants and their line managers
A levels (work experience will be considered in place of formal qualifications)
Candidates will typically have five GCSEs at Grade C or higher, including English and Maths, and hold a minimum of 48 UCAS points (or equivalent)
Funding rules require individuals to be employed and working at least 50% in England
Provide proof of achievement for English and/or Maths qualification at Level 2 with a Grade C or above
|Programme Funding + End Point Assessment||Fully funded through Apprenticeship Levy (Funding band 7,000 GBP)|
If you are an employee wishing to study this apprenticeship, the first step is to talk to your line manager.
If we are not already working with your employer, we will need to set this up before you can apply.
Now that we are working with your employer to deliver this apprenticeship, the next step is for you to attend an IAG. This is a session for employees to talk to Hult Ashridge, explore the apprenticeship in more detail and make sure it is right for you.
Both you and your line manager will complete a Skills Scan, which will identify how much new learning this apprenticeship will provide. By mapping the apprenticeship against your job description and career goals, we can ensure that you are eligible to receive the funding for this apprenticeship.
Before embarking on the online application process, it is worth making sure you have all of the certificate and evidence to demonstrate your eligibility. This may include:
Provide your personal, employment and education details on our application platform, and upload the evidence you have gathered in the previous step.
Our faculty and admissions team will review your application, alongside the funding rules and eligibility criteria.
We may as you for more information if needed.
Once your application is accepted, you will receive an offer letter from our admissions team, as well as guidance on next steps.
BA, MSc, Cert Ed
BA (Hons), MBA
MEng, MBA, ACGI
If you have any questions about our apprenticeships and how they can work for your organisation, our apprenticeships team are here to help.
Ashridge (Bonar Law Memorial) Trust is registered on the list of approved apprenticeship providers. UK PRN 10008899