Level 7 Apprenticeships
Small and large organisations alike face the ongoing challenge of retaining staff, improving skills and future proofing the workforce. To help keep businesses one step ahead of their challenges, senior leader apprenticeships can be used to help develop the skills and knowledge of their workforce.
By using , employees resident in England can access a national standard of professional leadership development qualifications. The government recently broadened the scope of the levy by launching level 7 apprenticeships. Now, current and aspiring leaders at eligible companies can study an or funded by the levy as a degree apprenticeship.
The level 7 standard has been developed by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), university partners and leading employers. This ensures a rigorous standard that will help organisations develop managers and leaders and build sustainable, profitable businesses.
Designed for individuals moving into a senior role, these degree level apprenticeships focus on shaping prolific leaders in the private, public, and third sectors. From general managers to chief executive officers, the qualifications can allow employees to realise their full career potential.
Degree Level Apprenticeships
Our is up to 100% funded through the apprenticeship levy. This senior leader apprenticeship is all about imparting your employees with the leadership and management skills needed to support your business performance and long-term future. This level 7 apprenticeship programme is part-time and lasts for 2 years, combining on-work experience with studying.
The apprenticeship levy can also be used to partly fund the Alliance Manchester Business School . Aimed at executives, this programme includes 30 days of teaching, studying core courses surrounding business and management. This is a flexible option, as it allows the MBA to be fitted around any career or personal obligations.
Executive Education news
Monday, June 3, 2019
The Financial Times has ranked Alliance Manchester Business School 2nd in the UK for Customised Executive Education.
J.D. Power Customer Service Index Study: Alliance MBS client Audi UK ranks highest among premium car brands
Friday, May 3, 2019
Alliance Manchester Business School client, Audi UK, has been ranked top among premium car brands for customer satisfaction in this year’s J.D. Power Customer Service Index Study.
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Major employers are being urged to rescue apprenticeship levy funds that are set to expire from the brink, by using them, or sharing them with local companies.
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Recently Dr David Lowe, Programme Director, MSc Management Practice joined a panel of leading HR directors at a BusinessDesk.co.uk round table event to discuss the potential for senior leader apprenticeships.
Alliance Manchester Business School partners with Northern Care Alliance to ready its leaders for the future
Friday, February 1, 2019
Alliance Manchester Business School has partnered with Northern Care Alliance NHS Group to launch the Group’s first senior leader development programme. The programme, which is being funded via the Group’s payments to the Apprenticeship Levy, will support nearly 50 of its future leaders through health-focused Global MBA and MSc Management Practice courses.
New survey shows widespread failure to grasp the Apprenticeship Levy’s management development training opportunity
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
A new survey we launched this week has shown that large numbers of employees and businesses still know nothing about the Apprenticeship Levy suggesting that the entire workplace is simply not grasping the opportunities of the new training initiative.
NHS Leadership Academy Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme delivery awarded to The University of Birmingham and Alliance Manchester Business School
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Alliance MBS and The University of Birmingham have been awarded a five-year contract to deliver the NHS Leadership Academy's award-winning MSc programme.
Friday, December 14, 2018
Congratulations to our Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme participants as they graduate today (14 December) at a ceremony at the University of Birmingham.
Friday, November 9, 2018
The rise of the “accidental manager” emerged as the key theme of a recent breakfast briefing at Alliance Manchester Business School which saw business decision makers meet to learn more about senior leader apprenticeships
Friday, November 2, 2018
Alliance Manchester Business School has designed a new leadership and change management programme for Audi Centres across the UK