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Apprenticeships in development

We are committed to working with employers and Trailblazer groups to develop industry relevant Degree Apprenticeship courses in line with the relevant standards.

See below the programmes we are currently developing:

  1. Operations Manager (Level 5)

    An Operations or departmental manager is someone who manages teams and/or projects, and achieving operational or departmental goals and objectives, as part of the delivery of the organisations strategy. They are accountable to a more senior manager or business owner. Working in the private, public or third sector and in all sizes of organisation, specific responsibilities and job titles will vary, but the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed will be the same.

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  2. Construction Quantity Surveyor (level 6)

    The main duties and tasks of a Construction Quantity Surveyor are to manage and lead the cost aspects complex construction projects, and ensure that comprehensive study has been undertaken of the whole life aspects of the project and the understanding of the client’s needs.

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  3. Creative Digital Design Professional (Level 6)

    The broad purpose of this occupation is to provide compelling digitally enabled design solutions to internal and/or external clients, across a range of sectors and for a range of different contexts. The role will implement design concepts to develop and communicate new products and to provide design solutions utilising digital design technologies.

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  4. Data Scientist (Level 6)

    Data Science is a broad and fast-moving field spanning maths and statistics, software engineering and communications. Data Scientists blend experience and knowledge from a wide range of fields and organisations, and continuously seek to expand their range of technical skills. Data Scientists find information in diverse datasets to address complex problems and improve organisational processes.

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  5. Project Manager (Level 6)

    Project managers are responsible to the project sponsor/owner for the end-to-end delivery of a project or a subset of a project dependent on the complexity and criticality to the business. They have responsibility for delivering the project in line with defined objectives, taking decisions to manage stakeholder expectations by leading a multi-skilled, cross-disciplinary team to deliver the project to time, cost and quality requirements.

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  6. Creative Industries Production Manager (Level 7)

    A production manager is the person who takes responsibility for all the organisational aspects of production schedule and/or budget. A production manager can work across all genres in film, television, commercials, VFX, post-production, animation and live performance art production. They may be work in a production office, on set/stage, in a studio or on location in the UK or internationally.

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  7. Digital and Technology Solutions Specialist (Level 7)

    A Digital & Technology Solutions Specialist maintains digital and technology strategies through technology leadership; investigating, identifying and implementing technological strategic solutions. They direct digital technology provision by studying organisation goals, strategies, and practices and delivering and supporting strategic plans for implementing digital technologies.

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View our current available apprenticeships in management, building services, electronic engineering, cyber security and digital and technology solutions. 

We follow an employer-led approach to new programme development and are particularly interested to hear from employers about their own requirements.

Contact us if you are interested in one of our programmes in development, or if you would like to discuss creating a bespoke training and development programme to meet your individual organisation's needs.