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Business & Administration Business Admin/Customer Service – Intermediate Level 2 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to train administrators to work effectively within a business environment.  It builds in softer-skills such as communication, team working, interpersonal skills and the ability to reflect on personal learning. It also ensures that the qualification is more Business focused by including many more business specific units tailored to the individual needs of the apprentices and employers requirements.  Start dates staggered throughout the year giving better opportunity to start the course.  Excellent progression to higher qualifications, providing highly skilled and valued employees. Click here for info
Business Admin/Customer Service – Advanced Level 3 The role of a Lv3 business administrator apprenticeship is to deliver high quality products and services to the customers of their organisation. This apprenticeship is suitable for developing skills to implement and monitor administrative procedures and systems, or to move into a management role. It aims to develop learners’ highly transferable set of knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of administrative practices and tasks, which can be applied to all industries with tailored units specific to the role of the apprentice. Start dates staggered throughout the year giving better opportunity to start the course.  Excellent progression to higher qualifications, providing highly skilled and valued employees. Click here for info
Business and Professional Admin – Higher level 4 Level 4 apprenticeship is ideal if the administrative role supports services and contributes at a strategic level. The role may involve leading or managing a team, or the need to move on to such a role. The role will involve a range of administrative and management skills, such as budget management and promoting innovation. Start dates staggered throughout the year giving better opportunity to start the course.  Excellent progression to higher qualifications, providing highly skilled and valued employees. Click here for info
Improving Operational Performance – Intermediate Level 2

Businesses of all sizes can use the principles of lean enterprise to help eliminate waste, reduce costs and boost productivity. The benefits of achieving process and quality improvements in the workplace are open to private and public companies across all sectors, including areas such as manufacturing, commerce and healthcare alongside traditional industry employers.The B-IT qualifications help learners to apply a range of methodologies to achieve sustainable advances in working practices.

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Team Leading – Intermediate Level 2

Team leaders and supervisors are required in all sectors and industries and this qualification will benefit anyone seeking to develop their leadership career. An apprentice team leader or trainee supervisor role could include monitoring work, providing feedback, briefing teams, supporting team members, problem-solving or improving customer service. 

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Computing Technologies Digital Learning Design – Advanced Level 3 This apprenticeship has been developed to train e-learning designers, thereby creating a workforce of talented technical staff who will work across the further education, public and private sectors to design, develop and implement strategies and content for digital learning. An apprentice might take on a role as a digital learning assistant, working as part of a team working to build simple digital content using rapid authoring tools and pre-designed templates. Or perhaps work as a virtual learning environment administrator, supporting the creation of online courses and instructional web projects or support a technology-enhanced learning coordinator and work within a college environment providing support for teaching staff in the delivery and development of digital learning resources. Click here for info
Infrastructure Technicians – Advanced Level 3 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to train Infrastructure Technician to work effectively within a business environment.  An infrastructure Technician provides support to internal and external customers, helping them to be productive when using technology to do their own jobs, by using tools to problem solve and trouble shoot non-routine problems.  The Infrastructure Technician sets people up on systems and provides support when they need it, rectifying issues to maintain the organisations productivity. Click here for info
IT Software, Web and Telecoms Professional – Advanced Level 3 Apprenticeships offer a solid structure for training of new employees or for existing employees to up-skill and progress within an organisation. This apprenticeship provides the skills, knowledge and competence required to become an IT, Software, Web or Telecoms Professional in a wide range of job roles. The apprenticeship programme combines skills and knowledge with employment in an IT role, meaning that apprentices are paid throughout the programme. Click here for info
IT Software, Web and Telecoms Professional – Higher Level 4 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to ensure apprentices have the appropriate set of skills to operate in todays IT & Telecoms job roles, this will enable an increasing number of well-trained new entrants to join the sector.  Research has found that there is a need for over 110,500 new entrants a year over the next 5 years into IT & Telecoms professional occupations. Apprenticeships are a vital route to bring new entrants into this growing area.  You need to be employed in a role where you will be able to provide all the evidence needed for the ‘competency’ element – typical employment will be network engineer, IT customer support, software developer. Click here for info
Construction Brickwork – Intermediate Level 2 The Construction Building industry has a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SMEs). An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework. This enables apprentices to develop skills and knowledge which they can then demonstrate and evidence in a real construction environment. This programme is made up of practical and theoretical units of bricklaying including solid walling, cavity walling, arches, piers, decorative features, angled brickwork and manhole construction. Practical work is carried out in modern workshops using tools and equipment that are used throughout industry and materials sponsored by leading suppliers, both regional and national. Lecturers and assessors are well qualified and are up to date with all current industry construction methods and are involved regionally and nationally working with awarding bodies and suppliers and manufacturers. Click here for info
Brickwork – Advanced Level 3 The Construction Building industry has a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SMEs). An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework. This enables apprentices to develop skills and knowledge which they can then demonstrate and evidence in a real construction environment. This programme is made up of practical and theoretical units of bricklaying including solid walling, cavity walling, arches, piers, decorative features, angled brickwork and manhole construction. Practical work is carried out in modern workshops using tools and equipment that are used throughout industry and materials sponsored by leading suppliers, both regional and national. Lecturers and assessors are well qualified and are up to date with all current industry construction methods and are involved regionally and nationally working with awarding bodies and suppliers and manufacturers. Click here for info
Carpentry and Joinery (Bench) – Intermediate Level 2 The Construction Building industry have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SME’s).  An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework.  The Carpentry & Joinery department deliver high quality training by lecturers and assessors who have many years experience in the trade as well as experience in working on projects such as The English Heritage Project.  The department facilities include two workshops, a state of the art Joinery Machine shop and a designated Site Carpentry area.  The team have sponsorship from Howden’s and Festool ensuring apprentices work with the latest products, materials and power tool technology. Click here for info
Carpentry and Joinery (Bench) – Advanced Level 3 The Construction Building industry has a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).  An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework.  The Carpentry & Joinery department deliver high quality training by lecturers and assessors who have many years experience in the trade as well as experience in working on projects such as The English Heritage Project.  The department facilities include two workshops, a state of the art Joinery Machine shop and a designated Site Carpentry area. The team have sponsorship from Howden’s and Festool ensuring apprentices work with the latest products, materials and power tool technology. Click here for info
Carpentry and Joinery (Site) – Intermediate Level 2 The Construction Building industry have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).  An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved  framework.  The Carpentry & Joinery department deliver high quality training by lecturers and assessors who have many years experience in the trade as well as experience in working on projects such as The English Heritage Project.  The department facilities include two workshops, a state of the art Joinery Machine shop and a designated Site Carpentry area. The team have sponsorship from Howdens and Festool ensuring apprentices work with the latest products, materials and power tool technology. Click here for info
Carpentry and Joinery (Site) – Advanced Level 3 The Construction Building industry have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SME’s).  An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework.  The Carpentry & Joinery department deliver high quality training by lecturers and assessors who have many years experience in the trade as well as experience in working on projects such as The English Heritage Project.  The department facilities include two workshops, a state of the art Joinery Machine shop and a designated Site Carpentry area. The team have sponsorship from Howden’s and Festool ensuring apprentices work with the latest products, materials and power tool technology. Click here for info
Construction and Civil Engineering – Intermediate Level 2 The Construction Civil Engineering framework has a role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SME’s) . An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills’ approved framework.  This apprenticeship is made up of practical and theoretical units of Construction & Civil Engineering. Practical work is carried out on our unique outdoor training area using tools and equipment that are used throughout industry and materials sponsored by leading suppliers, both regional and national.  Lecturers / assessors are well qualified and are up to date with all current industry construction methods and are involved regionally and nationally working with awarding bodies and suppliers and manufacturers. Click here for info
Construction Management Higher Level 4 The Higher Level Apprenticeship in Construction Site Supervision (Construction) Level 4 has been developed to meet the needs of the following sectors, Building and Civil Engineering, Highways and Maintenance Repairs, Residential Development, Conservation, Demolition and Tunnelling, this broad range of occupational areas is designed to assess occupational competence in the workplace and demonstrate knowledge and understanding through the technical certificate. Click here for info
Painting and Decorating – Intermediate Level 2 The Construction Building industry have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SME’s). An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework. This enables apprentices to develop skills and knowledge which they can then demonstrate and evidence in a real construction environment. This apprenticeship offers the opportunity to learn in a large, state of the art workshop to industry standards and work on a construction site or in a domestic / commercial premises. Apprentices will learn how to prepare surfaces, apply all types of wall coverings to ceilings and walls and apply paint systems by brush, roller and HVLP and airless spray. Apprentices will also learn decorative effects and decorative finishing. Click here for info
Painting and Decorating – Advanced Level 3 The Construction Building industry have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SME’s). An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills approved framework. This enables apprentices to develop skills and knowledge which they can then demonstrate and evidence in a real construction environment. This apprenticeship offers the opportunity to learn in a large, state of the art workshop to industry standards and work on a construction site or in a domestic / commercial premises. Apprentices will learn how to prepare surfaces, apply all types of wall coverings to ceilings and walls and apply paint systems by brush, roller and HVLP and airless spray. Apprentices will also learn decorative effects and decorative finishing. Click here for info
Plastering – Intermediate Level 2 Construction Specialist Occupations have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SME’s). An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills’ approved framework. Apprentice plasterers work on construction sites (domestic / commercial ) applying wet finishes to walls, ceiling and floors to given specifications. The practical/theoretical work is carried out in modern workshops at ACCROSS using tools and equipment that are used throughout industry and materials sponsored by leading suppliers, both regional and national. Click here for info
Plastering – Advanced Level 3 Construction Specialist Occupations have a traditional role in supplying a qualified workforce to small and medium enterprises (SMEs). An apprenticeship in construction follows a pattern of vocational training to meet the requirements of a Construction Skills’ approved framework. Apprentice plasterers work on construction sites (domestic/commercial ) applying wet finishes to walls, ceiling and floors and carrying out complex work to given specifications. The practical/theoretical work is carried out in modern workshops at Accrington & Rossendale College using tools and equipment that are used throughout industry and materials sponsored by leading suppliers, both regional and national. Click here for info
Early Years and Childhood Studies Children and Young Peoples Workforce – Intermediate Level 2 This apprentice framework is to develop knowledge and skills relating to the Children & Young People’s Workforce (i.e. those working with children aged 0-19, primarily within Early Learning & Childcare; Children’s Social Care; Residential Childcare).  This framework also supports employers of this workforce that provides quality social care, children, early years and young people’s services across the UK by developing highly qualified, well skilled workforce within the Children and Young People’s sector, and ensure that children and young people accessing services in England gain the best possible care and support. Click here for info
Early Years Educator – Advanced Level 3 This apprentice framework is to develop knowledge and skills relating to the Children & Young People’s Workforce (i.e. those working with children aged 0-19, primarily within Early Learning & Childcare; Children’s Social Care; Residential Childcare).  This framework also supports employers of this workforce that provides quality social care, children, early years and young people’s services across the UK by developing highly qualified, well skilled workforce within the Children and Young People’s sector, and ensure that children and young people accessing services in England gain the best possible care and support. Click here for info
Facilities and cleaning Skills Cleaning and Environmental Services – Intermediate Level 2 Cleaning and Environmental Service professionals make a difference to all our lives, although the work often goes ‘unseen’. Cleaners ensure that the places we work in and the public places we use are attractive, safe and hygienic. Apprentices could work in a variety of settings such as hospitals, schools, factories, state of the art offices and shopping centres. Cleaning and Environmental Services Apprenticeships provide learners with skills to progress within cleaning roles. Areas covered include cleaning confined spaces and specialist machinery, controlling the spread of infection to working effectively with others. Click here for info
Facilities Services – intermediate Level 2 Facilities Management (FM) involves providing a quality and cost effective maintenance and care service for a wide range of commercial and public buildings, such as hotels, hospitals, office and shopping complexes, arenas, educational or convention centres. Facilities Managers make sure that facilities such as security, catering and cleaning (referred to as ‘soft’ services) and maintenance and building services (referred to as ‘hard’ services) run smoothly, so that customers can run their businesses efficiently.  The purpose of this apprenticeship is to provide apprentices with skills to progress within Facilities service roles.  Areas covered include providing a quality and cost effective maintenance and care service for a wide range of commercial and public buildings, property and estate management and environmental protection. Click here for info
Hair Dressing and Hair & Media Make up Hairdressing – Intermediate Level 2 This apprenticeship provides a nationally agreed apprenticeship framework for a work based learning route into employment for the hairdressing industry, using qualifications that combine both skills and knowledge.  Apprenticeships are the traditional way for training hairdressers.  There is a variety of salon types. All salons offer cutting, styling and chemical services. Some salons offer services to both ladies and men and carry out service such as basic cuts, styling, colouring, drying and finishing.  With the growth of clients with different types of hair, there is a need to develop the skills to work on all hair types from Type 1 – Straight hair through to Type 4 – Excessively curly hair, this numerical system of hair typing was established to simplify describing types of hair and to provide more exact definition for the hair type. Click here for info
Hairdressing – Advanced Level 3 This apprenticeship provides a nationally agreed apprenticeship framework for a work based learning route into employment for the hairdressing industry, using qualifications that combine both skills and knowledge.  Apprenticeships are the traditional way for training hairdressers.  There is a variety of salon types. All salons offer cutting, styling and chemical services. Some salons offer services to both ladies and men and carry out service such as cuts, styling, colouring, drying and finishing.  With the growth of clients with different types of hair, there is a need to develop the skills to work on all hair types from Type 1 – Straight hair through to Type 4 – Excessively curly hair.  This Advanced Apprenticeship gives more in depth training from creatively cutting, styling and dressing hair to colour correcting, creating permed looks and hair extension services. Click here for info
Health and Social Care Health and Social Care – Intermediate Level 2 This apprenticeship framework is for people wanting to work (or current worker) within adult social care in England. It is also suitable for some of the health sector.
Sectors include: The National Health Service, Private providers, Local authorities.
Voluntary organisationsThis social care apprenticeship provides a suitable way to meet the development and qualification needs of a variety of roles and job titles, including care workers, community, support and outreach workers, personal assistance, domiciliary care workers, supervisors and senior care workers. The apprenticeship framework is inclusive of emerging roles in adult social care.  As well as being suitable for existing staff, this framework gives apprentices extensive opportunities to gain employment in the social care sector as well as in some health care roles.
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Health and Social Care – Advanced Level 3 This apprenticeship framework is for people wanting to work (or current worker) within adult social care in England. It is also suitable for some of the health sector.
Sectors include:
The National Health Service
Private providers
Local authorities
This social care apprenticeship provides a suitable way to meet the development and qualification needs of a variety of roles and job titles, including care workers, community, support and outreach workers, personal assistance, domiciliary care workers, supervisors and senior care workers. The apprenticeship framework is inclusive of emerging roles in adult social care.  As well as being suitable for existing staff, the apprenticeship framework is inclusive of emerging roles in adult social care and confirms professional and competence working practice in areas of Health & Social Care at a level 3 standard and position.
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Hospitality and Catering Food Production and Cooking – Intermediate Level 2 The food and drink industry is an exciting, dynamic, fast-paced and competitive industry driven by innovation and new technology. As the largest manufacturing sector in the UK, it includes some of the country’s best known businesses and brands, and offers a wide variety of well paid, relatively secure jobs.  This apprenticeship framework allows apprentices to follow the most relevant pathway for their roles – whether specialist or generalist; providing them with an opportunity to learn new skills in an industry with wide-ranging careers and good progression prospects.  One day a week is spent in college studying the theoretical and practical skills in our state of the art kitchens. As part of their apprenticeship, the apprentice will also be required to work in the college restaurant – Roots Restaurant.       A series of exams will be sat by the apprentice – these will run alongside the NVQ and will back up the theoretical learning, revision techniques in order to complete the qualification. Click here for info
Hospitality Services – Intermediate Level 2 The Hospitality industry covers hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs, hospitality services, youth/backpacker hostels, holiday centres and self-catering accommodation. It operates across well known chains and in small businesses, including owner/operators, which make up just under three quarters of employers Apprenticeships at levels 2 are seen as critical by employers, trade associations and professional bodies as they provide a ready-made high quality programme.  One day a week is spent in college studying the theoretical and practical skills in our state of the art kitchens carrying out a range of duties and tasks such as food service, bar work, health and safety, teamwork etc.  As part of this apprenticeship, the apprentice will also be required to work in the college restaurant – Roots Restaurant.  A series of exams will be sat by the apprentice – these will run alongside the NVQ and will back up the theoretical learning Click here for info
Hospitality Supervision – Advanced Level 3 The Hospitality industry covers hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs, hospitality services, youth/backpacker hostels, holiday centres and self-catering accommodation. It operates across well known chains and in small businesses, including owner/operators, which make up just under three quarters of employers Apprenticeships at levels 3 are seen as critical by employers, trade associations and professional bodies as they provide a ready-made high quality programme.  One day a week is spent in college studying the theoretical and practical skills in our state of the art kitchens carrying out a range of duties and tasks such as food service, bar work, health and safety, teamwork etc.  As part of this apprenticeship, the apprentice will also be required to work in the college restaurant – Roots Restaurant . A series of exams will be sat by the apprentice – these will run alongside the NVQ and will back up the theoretical learning. Click here for info
Professional Cookery (Chef de Partied) – Advanced Level 3 The Catering Industry covers hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs, contract catering, holiday centres and school catering. It operates across well known chains and in small businesses, including owner/operators.  Apprenticeships at level 3 are seen as critical by employers, trade associations and professional bodies as they provide a ready-made high quality programme which they have helped to design gives them the skills they need at this level to carry out professional cookery in fine / casual dining setting specialising in a range of Asian, Oriental and other cuisines.  One day a week is spent in college studying the theoretical and practical skills in our state of the art kitchens.  As part of their apprenticeship, the apprentice will also be required to work in the college restaurant occasionally.  A series of exams will be sat by the apprentice – these will run alongside the NVQ and will back up the theoretical learning. Click here for info
Professional Cooker (Commis Chef) Intermediate Level 2 The Catering Industry covers hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs, contract catering, holiday centres and school catering. It operates across well known chains and in small businesses, including owner/operators.  Apprenticeships at level 2 are seen as critical by employers, trade associations and professional bodies as they provide a ready-made high quality programme which they have helped to design gives them the skills they need at this level to carry out professional cookery in fine / casual dining setting specialising in a range of Asian, Oriental and other cuisines.  One day a week is spent in college studying the theoretical and practical skills in our state of the art kitchens.  As part of their apprenticeship, the apprentice will also be required to work in the college restaurant – Roots Restaurant.  A series of exams will be sat by the apprentice – these will run alongside the NVQ and will back up the theoretical learning. Click here for info
Legal Administration Legal Administration – Intermediate Level 2 Administration professionals are vital for the efficient running of legal businesses and apprentices can work in a wide range of legal areas including: Employment, Family, Commercial, Property and criminal and the apprenticeship can be a stepping stone towards more specialist and senior positions within a firm.  Intermediate apprentices may work in roles such as administrators, office juniors, medial receptionists, legal secretaries and medical secretaries.  Tasks undertaken by legal admin apprentices will vary depending on the sector to which they are employed.  Tasks may include, producing business documents, contributing to events, filing and maintaining legal records, answering letters, proof reading, using and maintaining equipment, providing minutes for meetings etc. Click here for info
Legal Administration – Advanced Level 3 Administration professionals are vital for the efficient running of legal businesses and apprentices can work in a wide range of legal areas including: Employment, Family, Commercial, Property and criminal and the apprenticeship can be a stepping stone towards more specialist and senior positions within a firm . Apprentices wishing to undertake an apprenticeship in Legal Administration must have an interest in working in the legal sector.  Advanced apprentices may work in roles such as Legal Co-Ordinator, Legal Secretary, Executive Assistants , Litigation Assistant, Legal Office Manager.  Tasks undertaken by legal administration apprentices will vary depending on the sector to which they are employed.  Tasks may include, producing business documents, contributing to events, filing and maintaining legal records, answering letters, proof reading, using and maintaining equipment, holding meetings, analysing and presenting business documents, managing projects etc. Click here for info
Management Improving Operational Performance – Intermediate Level 2 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to train operational staff in the use of business improvement techniques, to reduce waste and improve efficiency within the organisations.  This apprenticeship use employer led, up to date, flexible qualifications  which meet the changing skills needs of employers.  It builds in softer-skills such as communication, team working, interpersonal skills and the ability to reflect on personal learning.  It also ensures that the qualification is more commercially focused by including many more units that will benefit a variety of business sectors from manufacturing through to offices in improving efficiency. Click here for info
Leadership and Management – Advanced Level 3 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to meet the current and future needs of employers of all sizes across all sectors. It is intended for aspiring managers and those working in supervisory posts.  The course has been designed to support the development of knowledge and competence in managing individuals and teams. The qualifications will develop key skills, including working with others, managing oneself, and coordinating the work of others.  Management and leadership skills have a major impact on the development, productivity and performance of organisations of all sizes and across all sectors of the economy. Many British leaders and managers are innovative, creative, visionary and inspirational and are heavily relied upon to sustain the UK as one of the world’s leading economies. In today’s fast-moving competitive environment there is a need to continue to drive up the performance of the best and to address weaknesses in management and leadership that are holding back productivity and performance. Click here for info
Leadership and Management – Higher Level 4 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to meet the current and future needs of employers of all sizes across all sectors.  Management and leadership skills have a major impact on the development, productivity and performance of organisations of all sizes and across all sectors of the economy. Many British leaders and managers are innovative, creative, visionary and inspirational and are heavily relied upon to sustain the UK as one of the world’s leading economies.  Managers at level 4 play an integral role in developing and supporting organisational objectives through a wide range of functions, such as:
Managing team dynamics
Delegation and capability building
Planning and managing projects
Managing budgets
Designed for first line managers and supervisors, by completing this course you’ll develop your communication and motivational skills to become a more effective and productive manager.
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Leadership and Management – Higher Level 5 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to meet the current and future needs of employers of all sizes across all sectors. Management and leadership skills have a major impact on the development, productivity and performance of organisations of all sizes and across all sectors of the economy. Many British leaders and managers are innovative, creative, visionary and inspirational and are heavily relied upon to sustain the UK as one of the world’s leading economies. Managers at level 5 play an integral role in setting and supporting organisational objectives through a wide range of functions, such as:
Informing strategic decision making
Managing budgets
Planning and implementing change
Leading teams
Designed for middle managers with aspirations for advancement into senior roles, by completing this course you’ll develop your communication, motivational skills and leadership skills to become a more effective and productive manager.
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Team Leading – Intermediate Level 2 The purpose of this framework is to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. It will attract new talent into management and will help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire. Intermediate apprentices will work in job roles such as team/section leaders, floor managers, help desk managers and trainee supervisors. Advanced apprentices will work in job roles such as first line, section, assistant or trainee managers, senior supervisors and junior non-commissioned officers (armed forces).  Tasks undertaken by apprentices will vary depending on the level and sector in which they are employed. Tasks may include planning, allocating and monitoring the work of the team, giving feedback, briefing teams, supporting team members, managing conflict, resolving problems, procuring supplies, project management, agreeing budgets and managing and improving customer service. Click here for info
Motor Engineering Motor Engineering – Light Vehicle – Intermediate Level 2 The Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Apprenticeship is popular with employers in England.  The aim of the apprenticeship framework is to attract new people into the Vehicle Maintenance & Repair from a wide variety of backgrounds to replace those who leave / retire and to up skill the existing workforce in England.  The Vehicle Maintenance & Repair framework is supported by a wide range of employers of all sizes (micro, small/medium and large) across the sector including Jaguar, Toyota, Ford and BMW . The industry relies on a steady flow of new entrants and apprentices to help meet the skills needs of employers and to replace an ageing workforce.  Apprentices will spend their time within a Light Vehicle Repair Garage to train and learn the skills needed to become a Service Technician / Vehicle Technician. Click here for info
Motor Engineering – Light Vehicle – Advanced Level 3 The Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Apprenticeship is popular with employers in England.  The aim of the apprenticeship framework is to attract new people into the Vehicle Maintenance & Repair from a wide variety of backgrounds to replace those who leave / retire and to up skill the existing workforce in England.  The Vehicle Maintenance & Repair framework is supported by a wide range of employers of all sizes (micro, small/medium and large) across the sector including Jaguar, Toyota, Ford and BMW.  The industry relies on a steady flow of new entrants and apprentices to help meet the skills needs of employers and to replace an ageing workforce.  Apprentices will spend their time within a Light Vehicle Repair Garage to train and learn the skills needed to become a Diagnostic Technician learning how to diagnose, test and repair, replace faulty parts and maintain records on a range of vehicles including light and heavy vehicles, trailers, motorcycles, caravans and motor homes. Click here for info
Vehicle Fitting – Intermediate Level 2 The role of the apprentice would cover a full range of routine vehicle fitting procedures. It provides essential knowledge and skills for vehicle fitters working on a wide range of vehicles in all types of garages, dealerships and fast fit businesses. It provides learners with the opportunity to study both the theory and practical aspects of some of the following:
Inspecting, repairing and replacing high performance light vehicle and motorcycle tyres
Carrying out light vehicle front wheel alignment.
Inspecting and replacing light vehicle clutches, exhaust components, suspension dampers, vehicle batteries and braking systems.
Safe use of oxy-acetylene.
Assessing and securing a roadside situation.
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Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools – Intermediate Level 2 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to support the ongoing demand for learning support staff in schools. Apprenticeships present an ideal opportunity to attract potential recruits into the school workforce and will help schools in succession planning.  Apprentices in this field will be working under the direction of the class teacher whose lesson planning and day-to-day direction set the framework within which the individual works.  Apprentices looking to enter a career as a classroom assistant will gain the required essential skills and knowledge needed to support children’s learning within an educational environment.  Apprentices learn how to support children at different stages of their development and learning, using a wide range of academic activities Click here for info
Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools – Advanced Level 3 The purpose of this apprenticeship is to support the ongoing demand for learning support staff in schools. Apprenticeships present an ideal opportunity to attract potential recruits into the school workforce and will help schools in succession planning.  Apprentices in this field will be working under the direction of the class teacher whose lesson planning and day-to-day direction set the framework within which the individual works.  Apprentices looking to enter a career as a classroom assistant will gain the required essential skills and knowledge needed to support children’s learning within an educational environment.  Apprentices learn how to support children at different stages of their development and learning, using a wide range of academic activities within a school environment and much more. Click here for info
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