What Apprenticeships are available?

Take a look at the higher and degree apprenticeships we have on offer, as well as apprenticeships that are in development.

  • The Operations/Departmental Manager Apprenticeship blends the best aspects of learning with work-based activity. When you finish this apprenticeship, you will receive:

    • Foundation Degree in Leadership and Management
    • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management
    • Professional Chartered Manager status
    • Operations/Departmental Manager Apprenticeship
  • The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) blends the best aspects of learning with work-based activity to ensure all successful students receive upon completion:

    • BA (Hons) Management
    • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management
    • Professional Chartered Manager status
    • Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship
  • The Senior Leader Master’s Degree Apprenticeship combines a master’s degree, apprenticeship and the option to achieve Chartered Manager or Chartered Fellow professional recognition. It is designed for any individual moving into a senior or strategic management role. This can include General Managers, Senior Managers, Section Leaders, Executives, Directors, COO, CFO, CEO, CIO roles, and senior military officers.

    By incorporating the MBA, our apprenticeship will support your career progression by developing your critical thinking and research skills which will enhance your business knowledge and understanding. The MBA will teach you the theory of effective management practice and equip you with the essential skills, confidence and competence to assist you when you venture into your chosen industry. You will learn to think laterally, challenge convention and offer informed solutions to business issues. You will gain valuable skills that will set you apart from colleagues, allowing you to progress to your full career potential.

    When you finish this apprenticeship you will receive:

    • MBA
    • CMI Level 7 Diploma
    • Professional Chartered Manager status
    • Senior Leaders Master’s Degree Apprenticeship
  • The introduction of the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) route into policing enables entrants to receive practical on-the-job learning alongside academic theory and knowledge while earning a wage. Successfully completing the apprenticeship will result in the award of a degree in professional policing practice.

    Our Policing programme is taught by serving and retired police officers and other industry professionals, this degree will give you an insight into legislation, conducting investigations and the criminal justice system in the United Kingdom.

  • The Nursing Associate is a highly trained support role to deliver effective, safe and responsive nursing care in and across a wide range of health and care settings. Nursing Associates work independently, and with others, under the leadership and direction of a Registered Nurse within defined parameters, to deliver care in line with an agreed plan. Nursing Associates will have a breadth of knowledge and a flexible, portable skill set to serve local health populations, in a range of settings covering pre-life to end of life. The Nursing Associate apprentice must meet the 15 standards as set out in the Care Certificate, prior to taking their end point assessment.

  • A career in nursing is dynamic and exciting with opportunities to work in a range of different roles as a Registered Nurse. Your nursing career will mean working with a variety of service users, families and carers, and with a range of health and care professionals and other agencies. You might be working in: a hospital, someone’s home, the community, social care or public health. Registered nurses are a key part of the multidisciplinary teams that meet the health and care needs of patients and service users. You will be at the centre of teams that can include other health and social care professionals. The current Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards comprise a common core of skills and knowledge for all nursing students, with specialisms in adult nursing, children’s nursing, mental health and learning disabilities. The apprentice must meet the 15 standards required by the Care Quality Commission [as set out in the Care Certificate].

  • This role could be called an HR Consultant or an HR Business Partner in different organisations. Individuals in this role will use their HR expertise to provide and lead the delivery of HR solutions to business challenges, together with tailored advice to the business in a number of HR areas, typically to mid-level and senior managers. They could be in a generalist role, where they provide support across a range of HR areas – likely to be the Core HR option; or a specialist role, where they focus on and have in depth expertise in a specific area of HR – likely to be Resourcing Total Reward, Organisation Development, or HR Operations. Whichever of these is chosen, they will have a good grounding across the whole range of HR disciplines as this is contained in both of the qualification options included in this standard.

  • A Digital & Technology Solutions Professional provides technology enabled solutions to internal and/or external customers, in a range of areas including software, business and systems analysis, cyber security, data analysis and network infrastructure. They implement technology solutions that enable businesses to develop new products and services and to increase an organisations productivity using digital technologies. They are confident, competent and capable independent Technology Solutions Professionals able to operate in a range of related roles. The occupation is based upon a core set of outcomes that will be supplemented by one, and only one, of six specialism areas detailed below that cover the roles identified by employers.

  • NDT Engineers exist in large organisations, and very often in SMEs, and they are the lead authority for NDT competence within their organisation. The NDT Engineer works in specific industries, such as nuclear, aerospace, motorsport, power generation and distribution, manufacturing, railways, oil & gas (on- and offshore), marine and construction. Real-life examples could include inspecting airframes and engines, Formula 1 gearboxes and nuclear reactors or other safety-critical components. They are among the most senior NDT staff within an organisation and are often responsible for the oversight of all NDT operations, including the preparation of work plans and NDT procedures for other staff to work in accordance with…

  • During the Foundation stage the apprentice must develop a solid grasp of the core engineering skills. These skills will not only prepare the apprentice for the workplace in demonstrating that they have the required manual dexterity to do their core role but their competencies are transferable and can be built upon over time. The skills required are:

    • Complying with statutory regulations and stringent organisational safety requirements
    • Producing components using hand fitting, fabrication and joining techniques
    • Producing Computer Aided Design (CAD) models (drawings) using a CAD system
    • Preparing and using lathes, milling and other general or specialist machines and high tech equipment
    • Preparing and proving Computer Numeric Control programmes
    • Using computer software packages to assist with and evaluate engineering activities
    • Producing and managing engineering project plans
    • Producing assemblies using a wide range of materials and techniques

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