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Requirements

The entry requirments for all apprenticeships, will be decided by each employer

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End Point Assessment

Apprentices must undertake an independant EPA which is a assessment of the knowledge, skills and behaviours that have been learnt throughout the apprenticeship.

Apprenticeships

Leadership and Management

Apprenticeships combine traditional learning alongside working and being assessed within the workplace, by working this way, less experienced employees learn from other experienced professionals with the help of our knowledgeable Assessors and Coaches. Apprenticeships normally take about 12 – 30 months to complete depending on the level, so the learners require complete dedication and support from their employer.

Benefits to your organisations

  • Better communication and interpersonal skills
  • Retaining your staff
  • Competent Team leaders and Managers
  • Ensure the managers we develop as coach and mentors are properly equipped with the skills, knowledge and ethical understanding they need
  • Managers that can provide effective support for the development of others and improve their performance
Level 5 Operations or Departmental Manager

Apprenticeship Standard

This apprenticeship is ideal for individuals who are in the position or being recruited to manage teams or projects within the organisation to achieve operational or departmental objectives. The individual should already have some knowledge, skills and behaviours to reflect a position at this level.

Some responsibilities that the individual may include are; managing project and/or objectives, leading and managing within a team or department, creating and delivering operational plans, implementing/manging change within the organisation, financial management, coaching and mentoring.

Ideal for individuals in or being recruited to these roles; Operations Manager, Regional Manager, Divisional Manger, Department Manager, Specialist Manager.

 

Level 5 Coaching Professional

Apprenticeship Standard

This occupation is found in private, public and third sector national and multinational organisations and employers. It is found in every sector across the country including, for example; the health sector, finance sector, engineering and manufacturing sectors, business and professional services, education sector, retail sector, leisure sector, technology sector and construction.

There has been a growing demand for the professionalisation of coaching to include one-to-one coaching, team coaching, leadership coaching and for coaching skills to be embedded within culture and governance infrastructures to support future ways of working.

The broad purpose of the occupation is to work with a wide range of individuals and teams across organisations, to empower and engage with them to enhance their professional performance. Coaching is a way of leading in a non-directive manner, helping people to learn through deep listening and reflective, open questions rather than instructing, giving advice or making suggestions.

Coaching is a way of treating people, a way of thinking and a way of being which is seen as vital to supporting individuals and organisations in increasingly volatile and ever-changing environments. The underlying and ever present purpose of coaching is building the self-belief of others, regardless of the context, to be curious and self-aware, better equipping them to collaborate, innovate, deal with the increasing pace of change and get the best from increasingly diverse environments. Effective coaching is future focussed, releases potential, and enables transition, transformation and change for business improvement. Understanding self, commitment to self-development, managing the contract, building the relationship, enabling insight and learning, outcome and action orientation, use of models and techniques and evaluation are key overarching areas which feature within this occupational area.

 

20% off the job requirement

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 The 20% off-the-job training provides the time to focus and develop the required skills, knowledge and behaviours to achieve the apprenticeship. There are lots of activities that can contribute to off-the-job training. The key thing to remember is that it must be relevant to the apprenticeship.

 

Level 5 Leader in Adult Care

Apprenticeship Standard

 

A Leader in Adult Care has responsibility for managing community or residential based services. This role has a large element of leadership, whether with other care workers and networks or in leading the service itself. A successful apprentice will have met all the requirements. They have a responsibility to ensure the service is safe, effective, caring, responsive to people’s needs and well-led. They may be a registered manager of a service, unit, deputy or assistant manager. They will be responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance of the care given and the values and training of staff with established standards and regulations.

These are the personal attributes and behaviours expected of all Leaders in Adult Care carrying out their roles:

  • Care – is caring consistently and enough about individuals to make a positive difference to their lives
  • Compassion – is delivering care and support with kindness, consideration, dignity, empathy and respect
  • Courage – is doing the right thing for people and speaking up if the individual they support is at risk
  • Communication – good communication is central to successful caring relationships and effective team working
  • Competence – is applying knowledge and skills to provide high quality care and support
  • Commitment – to improving the experience of people who need care and support ensuring it is person centred

Leaders in Adult Care may work in residential or nursing homes, domiciliary care, community day centres, a person’s own home or some clinical healthcare settings. The role of Leader in Adult Care in this standard also covers Personal Assistants who operate in a management role but they may only work directly for one individual who needs support and/or care services.

Level 3 Team Leader or Supervisor

Apprenticeship Standard

 

A Team leader or ​supervisor is a first line management role, with operational and project responsibilities or responsibility for managing a team to deliver a clearly defined outcome. They provide direction, instructions and guidance to ensure the achievement of set goals. Working in the private, public or third sector and in all sizes of organisation, specific responsibilities will vary, but the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed will be the same whatever the role.

Key responsibilities are likely to include supporting, managing and developing team members, managing projects, planning and monitoring workloads and resources, delivering operational plans, resolving problems, and building relationships internally and externally.

 

Level 3 Business Administration

Apprenticeship Standard

Business administrators have a highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours that can be applied in all sectors. This includes small and large businesses alike; from the public sector, private sector and charitable sector. The role may involve working independently or as part of a team and will involve developing, implementing, maintaining and improving administrative services. Business administrators develop key skills and behaviours to support their own progression towards management responsibilities.

The responsibilities of the role are to support and engage with different parts of the organisation and interact with internal or external customers. With a focus on adding value, the role of business administrator contributes to the efficiency of an organisation, through support of functional areas, working across teams and resolving issues as requested. The flexibility and responsiveness required allows the apprentice to develop a wide range of skills.

The business administrator is expected to deliver their responsibilities efficiently and with integrity – showing a positive attitude. The role involves demonstrating strong communication skills (both written and verbal) and adopting a proactive approach to developing skills. The business administrator is also expected to show initiative, managing priorities and own time, problem-solving skills, decision-making and the potential for people management responsibilities through mentoring or coaching others. 

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Read our blog on; How to motivate your team here: https://tempesttraining.com/2018/06/how-to-motivate-your-team/

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