Chartered Manager Apprenticeship Standard | Walsall College

Chartered Manager Apprenticeship Standard

Degree Apprenticeships combine higher education study and work-based learning to enable apprentices to achieve a higher-level award (e.g. a Foundation, Bachelors or Masters qualification) all whilst continuing employment.

The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship course (CMDA) BA (Hons), in partnership with the prestigious University of Worcester, integrates expert knowledge with hands-on experience in the workplace, all whilst employees continue with paid employment.

This apprenticeship is ideal for managers or aspiring employees who have responsibility for people, projects or services within the private, public sector or third sector, with the expectation that they will offer added value to the organisation.

Employer overview

Degree Apprenticeships are ideal for employers looking to upskill existing talented staff with minimal disruption to the workplace. The CMDA course provides aspiring managers or those looking to enhance their expertise, the tools to develop crucial skills vital to the development of all businesses, including: 

  • Logical and effective decision making
  • Interpreting and handling management data
  • Managing people, time, projects and resources
  • Strong team leadership

  For groups of 15 or more delegates from one organisation, we can offer flexible delivery options.

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Individual employers will set the selection criteria for their Apprenticeships. Most candidates will have A levels (or equivalent) or existing relevant Level 3 qualifications, and English, Maths and ICT at Level 2. Other relevant or prior experience may also be considered as an alternative.

Once complete, apprentices will be able to progress onto a Masters Degree.

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Basic Information

Course Code B80S60557P
Location Various Locations, not at Walsall College sites.
Level Level 6
Type Workplace Learning
Start Date Various

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