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University-Level Prospectus | HIGHER & DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS


CHARTERED MANAGER APPRENTICESHIP (STANDARD) - LEVEL 6


2 YEARS AB105


The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship is for professional managers who take lead responsibility for people, projects, operations and/or services to deliver long term organisational success. It is applicable to professional managers from all sectors - the private, public or third sector - and all sizes of organisation.


This apprenticeship has been designed to provide development opportunities for individuals who are at the start of their career, as well as those who may already have developed practical experience but who wish to develop their theoretical understanding of management skills further.


It will help you explore a range of perspectives on the nature of leadership and organisations and reflect on your current views, and how these relate to your own experience. You will look at the many topics relating to interpersonal excellence, personal effectiveness and organisational performance.


PROGRESSION


Upon successful completion, apprentices will have Chartered Manager status accredited by the Chartered Management Institute. At present, this programme is the highest level qualification offered by Petroc; however, students who gain this qualification will be entitled, and encouraged, to enrol on programmes of post-graduate study such as MA, MBA and PhD programmes at a range of UK universities.


FIND OUT MORE ONLINE PETROC.AC.UK


petroc.ac.uk/he 61


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