Employers in England are increasingly turning to apprenticeships to support the learning and development needs of their employees. The landscape for businesses to thrive is changing and creating challenging skills gaps across all sectors.
Through our own research and working with organisations we selected the apprenticeships that address some of these shortages.
Our aim is to develop our apprenticeship offer in-line with the needs of apprentices and their employers. We offer a range of business and management apprenticeships that are designed to help businesses in England to upskill their employees and manage their talent development effectively.
We want apprentices to make an impact and thrive in today’s modern workplace, which means preparing to be hands on from the moment you start studying. Whichever apprenticeship you choose, you’ll receive the support and guidance of our practitioner expert faculty, programme team, apprenticeship support and Senior Leadership Team.
Our Apprenticeship Programmes
Our programmes range from Level 4 to Level 7. They are designed to deliver the knowledge, skills and behaviours associated with each apprenticeship.
Operations or Departmental Manager
An apprenticeship designed for functional/team managers needing to expand their leadership and management skills.
Senior Leader Apprenticeship
Our most popular apprenticeship programme for high potential senior leaders - including pathways to Master's and MBA.
Apprenticeships Programmes Under Review
The following apprenticeships are currently under review. Sign up today to receive notification when they become available.
Associate Project Manager
An apprenticeship designed for those with project management responsibilities. Accredited to IPMA Level D
Chartered Manager (Degree)
A Level 6 apprenticeship for high potential employees wanting to develop foundations in business & management and achieve a Bachelor's degree.
Project Manager (Integrated Degree)
An upcoming apprenticeship for employees wishing to further their project management knowledge and skills and achieve a Bachelor's degree.
Senior People Professional
A new apprenticeship focused on HR professionals who would like to improve their people and talent management skills. Accredited by CIPD.
We are dedicated to putting our apprentices first, and providing support and guidance for apprentices and line managers. In this section you will find links to guides and policies to help you on your Hult Ashridge apprenticeship journey.
Managing apprenticeships can be complicated, but our dedicated support team is here to help you and your apprentices every step of the way. We hope that you find these resources helpful.
The safety and wellbeing of our apprentices is our top priority. You can access our policies and procedures here.
Our enrollment process is designed to give apprentices the best possible start to their learning journey with Hult Ashridge. During this process, we will make sure that the apprenticeship offers the required knowledge, skills and behaviours for the candidate and their organisation. We will also ensure we have clear understanding of their learning needs, as well as recognition of prior learning.
The apprenticeship levy in a government initiative established in 2017, that aims to provide learning and development opportunities for working professionals throughout their career.
Any employer in England can access the levy to fund training for their employees. Only employers with a salary bill greater than £3m per year pay into the levy fund.
Available to all employers in England
Access fully-funded qualifications
Enhance your existing L&D offering
Employer & Apprentice Commitment
A key contributor to the success of apprentices is the support of the Employer. This means allowing the apprentices to complete/attend/participate in 6 hours per week off-the-job training during working hours, and provide the opportunity and resources to gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to achieve the apprenticeship.
Apprentices will spend most of their working hours in their productive job role and some of this time must be about consolidating the new knowledge, skills and behaviours, gained from off-the-job activities, so that they are fully occupationally competent at the end of the programme.