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Team Leader Supervisor L3 Apprenticeship  

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Course Summary

Course Code: AAP008  

Start Date: Saturday 01 August 2020 

Start Time and Lesson Duration: 00:00 for 00:00 hours

Duration: 52 lessons over 52 week(s)

Location: Countywide  

Fee: Call Us    


By continuing you confirm that you are 19 or over and have agreed to the the terms and conditions

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Description

An ideal programme for professionals who are new to management, or for those looking to develop their leadership skills to improve their performance.
For more information please contact our apprenticeship team on 03330 139 502

Entry Requirements/Application Process
Entry Requirements Applicants must: Be a new or experienced manager/supervisor or team leader looking to develop and improve their practice Have English and Maths GCSE's or equivalent at grade C or be deemed able to achieve the required level as part of the programme Be employed and have the support of their employer to undertake the programme. Application Process Applicants will: Complete an application form Undertake an Initial Assessment test that includes Maths and English Have an interview with an ACL team member to assess suitability and eligibility Employers will: Sign a contract with ACL Consent to a health and safety checklist to be completed by an ACL team member.

Overview of the role
A team leader or supervisor is a first line managerment role, with operational and project responsibilities for managing a team to deliver a clearly defined outcome. They provide direction, instructions and guidance to ensure the achievement of set goals. They will cover: Carrying out performance reviews Conducting and implementing operation plans Setting SMART targets for individuals and the team Leading, ,managing, coaching and mentoring a team and individuals Dealing with confilict within the business Building internal and external stakeholder relationships Understanding of HR systems and legalisations Planning and running a project

Benefits for learners and business
Benefits for learners Develop a range of essential management skills they can apply in their work place Understanding of management theories to support their practice Build leadership capabilities to motivate teams and drive business Benefit to the Business Motivated and productive managers Certified staff (ILM) Strong leaders that support business growth

Delivery
Our blended approach means that our programmes are flexible and enable apprentices to experience a range of learning and support opportunities in a variety of formats such as online or at a local ACL centre. The apprentice will have a dedicated tutor who they will meet (online or face to face) once a month who will guide them through their apprenticeship and prepare them for their End Point Assessment. Reviews of progress are carried out every 12 weeks with the learner, their line manager and the tutor. Additional workshops and seminars will be available to all learners to support additional learning and the 20% off job learning requirement.

Commitment
20% of a learner's contracted hours must be given to support the completion of the programme. Tutor led sessions are a mandatory part of the course along with any other learning activities set by the assessor or tutor. Maths and English may need to be undertaken in addition to the main qualification depending on previous attainment in these areas. It is likely that the learner will be required to undertake research, reading and write ups to support their learning. The programme requires 100% commitment from the learner & employer to ensure successful completion.

End Point Assessment (EPA)
End Point Assessment (EPA) Presentation with questions and answers (50 minutes) The Apprentice will be given a presentaion title post Gateway, to enable demonstation of competence relevant to the KSBs which allows the opportunity to draw on what they have learnt and experienced during their apprenticeship. To include a summary of their role as a team leader and what they do and how that is relevant to their role and organisation The Q&A led by the EPAO, will provide scope for the Apprentice to demonstrate their full competence. Professional Discussion underpinned by a Portfolio of evidence (60 minutes) Conducted remotely by the EPAO, will comprise an in-depth two-way conversation, structed to enable the Apprentice to demonstate their occupation competence drawing on evidence submitted in their portfolio and through their learning. Learners will receive a Pass, Merit or Distinction upon the successful completion of the apprenticship.

What can I do next?
Your tutor will be able to advise on further activities and courses to help you progress further in this subject or to complementary subjects. For ACL courses see www.aclessex.com The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. The service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers. To make an appointment please call 0800 100 900 (calls are free from landlines and most mobile numbers) or visit their website https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk