A Chartered Manager is someone who can take responsibility for people, projects, operations and/or services to deliver long term organisational success, with the professional recognition of their ability to deliver impact, behave ethically and demonstrate their commitment to continual learning and development.
Professional managers in the private, public or third sector and all sizes of organisation. Specific job roles may include: Manager; Senior Manager; Head of Department; Operations Manager; or anyone with significant management responsibilities.
The Level 6 Apprenticeship is ideal for A-Level standard new starts from sixth form / college and could form part of the talent strategy for the organisation by facilitating a high value entry route for the brightest talent who would prefer to complete their Degree whilst working in a business rather than going to University.
Professional managers should be capable of managing complexity and delivering impact at a strategic and/or operational level with management and leadership responsibility for setting and delivering organisational objectives through a wide range of functions.
Professional managers who want to develop fully all aspects of their management and leadership skills, knowledge, self-awareness and behaviours. These include strategic decision making, setting direction and achieving results, building and leading teams, clear communication, developing skills and motivating others, fostering inclusive and ethical cultures, leading change, project management, financial management, innovation, risk management, & developing stakeholder relationships.
The funding cap is the maximum contribution made by the government for this apprenticeship. The cost of training may be higher or lower depending method of delivery.
However, if this is not available pre-entry can be evidenced through current role and responsibilities, competency feedback, performance data and prior learning / accreditation’s such as ILM / CMI Qualifications.
Apprentices participating in the Level 6 Apprenticeship Degree Program can also achieve a formal Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Qualification known as the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship.
Adding a CMI qualification places more value and credibility to the apprenticeship and requires little in the way of extra work by the apprentice. Both the apprenticeship and the CMI qualification run seamlessly alongside each other and complete at the same time.
Ican Development work in partnership with Degree Awarding Business Schools and Universities to bring you this highly regarded formal qualification.
Also, by studying through the CMI, apprentices will also receive the benefits of;
See CMI Apprenticeships here
There are approximately 48 classroom based training days spread ove a minimum of 36 months for this program. These can be delivered at;
Chartered Manager is the highest status that can be achieved in the management profession.
Awarded only by CMI, it’s recognised and valued across all sectors. Chartered Managers’ satisfaction with the accreditation is remarkably high – giving a net promoter score of +67 (CMI, March 2015).
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360-degree feedback, also known as is a powerful development process to solicit information from a variety of workplace sources on an apprentice’s work-related behaviours, level of competency and performance.
We gather feedback from an apprentice’s boss, subordinates, peers and even customers (if required), as well as a self-evaluation by the apprentice him or herself.
We provide on-going support and coaching to every apprentice and ensure that development goals are worked on throughout the whole apprenticeship.
For the Level 6 Leadership and Management Apprenticeship we recommend a 360 is completed in month 6 of the programme, another in month 24 and another at month 36 in preparation for End Point Assessment.
We can also modify the approach to include 90 and 180 feedback too.
The success of any development program is greatly dependent on the atmosphere and degree of satisfaction, attitude and opinions of its learners.
But how to go about measuring learner satisfaction and why?
We apply an easily configurable online feedback and learner engagement survey to make the abstract less obscure. Measuring learners’ satisfaction will provide you greater clarity about what is working, what needs attention and deliver actionable results on what is otherwise difficult to bring into perspective.
It will ensure that potential problems can be dealt with early and modifications made to the approach taken with training provision, line manager support, self-management and productivity etc.
We have designed the Apprenticeship Learner Survey to measure the exact elements that feed the critical success factors for the program.
Strengthen employee learning by constructively addressing challenges and leveraging development strengths.