Britannia Apprenticeships

Team Leading & Management

Team Leading and Management Level 2 / 3

Duration: 12/18 months

Team Leading and Management Level 2 / 3 Entry requirements:

Intermediate Apprenticeships entry requirements:

You must be aged 16+ and not be in full time education. There are no other specific recommended prior learning requirements for this qualification.

This is a cross sector qualification aimed at current and prospective team leaders. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful team leader, covering competencies applicable to a wide range of contexts.

Advanced Apprenticeship entry requirements:

  1. 4 GCSEs at grades A*- C (plus a minimum grade D in English and maths)
  2. Completion of relevant Apprenticeship programme at Level 2 or minimum or one year industry experience in the same area of work as you wish to study
  3. You must pass an initial assessment in English and maths
 

Career path

Intermediate Team Leading and management apprenticeship

The Intermediate Team Leading Apprenticeship can be applied across a broad range of sectors and job roles. Good managers and team leaders are essential to the success of any business, so the skills gained on the Apprenticeship are both invaluable and fully transferable.

The Apprenticeship will be tailored to your industry, but it’s likely you’ll be responsible for the delivery of a service, or how other people carry out their work. You could be working as a shift leader, charge hand, section leader, team leader, floor manager, trainee manager, deputy manager or supervisor. You will learn the theories of team leading and how business works. You will manage your own workload, lead others, work effectively with other people and learn how to get your point across through talking and discussion with others.

Advanced Team Leading and management apprenticeship

On the Advanced Management Apprenticeship, you will be able to understand the theories of management and how to source, understand, present and explain work-related figures and calculations. Depending on the focus of your job, you might learn other skills such as how to allocate and check other people’s work, plan and implement change, manage a project or budget, encourage innovation, carry out operational plans, recruit staff or develop customer service skills.

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