Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship Level 6
This programme is for existing managers. A chartered manager takes responsibility for people, projects, operations and services to deliver long-term organisational success.
Benefits / Skills
Career ProgressionHead of Department As a head of department you will manage staff and resources within the department. In addition, you will set budgets, translate strategic goals and attend training sessions and meetings. Operations Manager As an operations manager you will make important policy, planning and strategy decisions. In addition, you will assist with recruitment where necessary, oversee budgeting, report, plan and audit, and will identify and address problems within the company. Progression opportunities Below are some Leeds City College apprenticeships you could potentially progress on to once you have completed this programme: We are currently developing our master’s degree level apprenticeship programmes and will provide an update when they are available. Please keep an eye out for these progression opportunities on the website.
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50% of employees quit due to bad management.
This apprenticeship is attached to a full bachelor’s degree which will be free of charge to all candidates who complete the apprenticeship.
The average salary for a qualified and experienced senior manager is £47,500.
Will an apprenticeship affect my benefits?
It might do so it is worth speaking to your Jobcentre Plus advisor. There are incentives available to some students that will be discussed with you at enrolment.
Do I get annual leave?
Yes. You will have the same rights as any other full-time employee of the company. You will need to read your contract when the company issues it to you to find out your terms of employment. This will cover terms surrounding sick pay, holiday and working hours.