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Leadership & Management apprenticeships at Kendal College provide learners with the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to lead people and projects effectively, and manage workloads and resources.

Our range of apprenticeship courses provide you and your employers with options suitable for each level of management from team-leaders working in first-line management roles to regional managers delivering strategic objectives.

Our programmes are taught by former industry professionals, in modern facilities, with learners being able to access a variety of learning and assessment methods. A full list of our apprenticeship programmes can be found below:

Team Leader/Supervisor, Level 3

Course Overview

This apprenticeship provides learners working in first-line management roles with the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed to support, manage and develop their team’s, project’s and workload through planning, resolving problems and building relationships. Typical roles may include Supervisor, Team-Leader, Project Officer or Shift-Manager.

Entry Requirements

Ideally learners should hold 5 GCSEs at grade (4-9) including English and Maths and be employed for thirty-hours a week or more.

Training, Knowledge & Skills

Managing people and developing relationships, delivering results and managing self.

Behaviours

Takes responsibility, inclusive, agile and professional.

Delivery

Day release.

Assessment

Learners will be assessed through testing with questions, scenarios and responses, a workplace portfolio, professional development portfolio and competency interview.

Start Date: Throughout the year

Duration: 15 to 20 Months

Operations/Departmental Manager, Level 5

Course Overview

This apprenticeship provides learners working in operations and departmental management roles with the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed to create and deliver operational plans, manage projects, lead and manage teams, manage change, manage finance and resources, manage talent, and coach and mentor. Typical roles may include: Operations Manager, Regional Manager or Department Manager.

Entry Requirements

Ideally learners should hold 5 GCSEs at grade (4-9) including English and Maths and be employed for thirty-hours a week or more.

Training, Knowledge & Skills

Managing people and developing relationships, delivering results and managing self.

Behaviours

Takes responsibility, inclusive, agile and professional.

Delivery

Day release.

Assessment

Learners will be assessed through testing with questions, scenarios and responses, a workplace portfolio, professional development portfolio, workplace presentation with question & answer session and competency interview.

Start Date: Throughout the year

Duration: 20 to 30 Months