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
Next intake: May 2023
This apprenticeship is centered around three core themes - skills which are at the heart of what it takes to be an effective operational manager and leader. These themes are personal effectiveness, interpersonal excellence and organisational performance.
Live sessions to take place for each module. Apprentices will have the opportunity to participate in masterclasses related to each of the core themes, as well as completed a Work-Based Project and End Point Assessment.
Core Module A: Interpersonal Excellence
Teamwork & Collaboration: Understanding Self and Others
Teamwork & Collaboration: Building and Managing Teams
Teamwork & Collaboration: Developing and Leading Teams
Core Module B: Organisational Performance
Data-Driven Thinking and Decision-Making
Foundations of Financial Acumen
Foundations of Persuasion an Negotiation
Strategy, Marketing and Sales
Core Module C: Delivering Results
Workshop content and timings subject to change
This apprenticeship is delivered fully online . The apprenticeship is normally completed within 18-24 months (including gateway).
Three, full-day live sessions take place once per term.
All 9 modules are completed through virtual, self-paced study, with regular assessor review meetings to keep you on track.
All assessments are contextualised to the apprentices' work environment, revolving around the challenges and opportunities they face within their productive job role
All of our apprenticeships are developed and regularly reviewed by our expert faculty, to ensure that the latest research and critical thinking is included to tackle the ever-changing organisational landscapes and challenges faced by leaders and their businesses.
We teach through a combination of live online session, on-site training days and virtual study. All learning materials are accessible to the apprentice 24/7 on MyCourses.
Throughout the apprentice's time at Ashridge, we hold 12-weekly tripartite meetings between a member of our apprentice support team, the apprentice, and their line manager to discuss progression so far and any additional support needs.
This programme requires 6-hours per week off-the-job training.
This is a statutory requirement that means the learning takes place during the apprentice's normal, paid working hours, for the purpose of achieving the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the apprenticeship standard.
This programme is fully funded under the UK apprenticeship levy for employers in England.
Hult Ashridge works with employers to set the selection criteria for their apprenticeships
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
Strong personal motivation and capability to benefit from and contribute to the program
Line manager support to undertake work-based assignments and build a portfolio of evidence
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)|
Our apprenticeship faculty are practitioners first, academics second. They have real, lived experience of business and boardrooms, as well as a commitment to academic rigour and research.