Senior leader apprenticeships at Alliance Manchester Business School
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 apprenticeship levy funding, 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 MSc or MBA 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.
Our MSc Management Practice is a degree level apprenticeship that is up to 100% funded through the apprenticeship levy. This programme is all about imparting your employees with the leadership and management skills needed to support your business’ performance and long-term future. The course 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 Global Part-time MBA. 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
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
Monday, October 29, 2018
Far East Consortium and Alliance Manchester Business School host Northern Gateway tour for Chinese business leaders
Record numbers of healthcare staff graduate with an MSc in Healthcare Leadership as the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday
Thursday, July 5, 2018
The University of Birmingham and Alliance Manchester Business School are celebrating with the NHS Leadership Academy as a record 1,309 people have now graduated with a Masters in Healthcare Leadership from its flagship Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme.
Alliance Manchester Business School launches groundbreaking Corporate Governance and Human Rights Programme
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Alliance Manchester Business School has launched a new executive education programme focusing on the private sector’s growing responsibility towards human rights. The programme will be delivered by the School’s Business and Human Rights Catalyst and will provide executives with an in-depth and innovative understanding of the challenges and opportunities for improving business performance and human rights.
Monday, May 14, 2018
Alliance Manchester Business School is ranked 4th in the UK for customised executive education, by the Financial Times. Globally, the School has risen 15 places to 31st and is ranked 15th in Europe.
Monday, April 9, 2018
New video showcases Alliance Manchester Business School Executive Education