Team Leading Intermediate Apprenticeship
- City and Guilds
Who is this course for?
If you are new to the role of team leader, or you want to develop your management career, this could be the course for you. Equally, if you are a shift leader, section leader or team leader and have responsibility for the work of others. You may not have to have direct line responsibility for others but you will be responsible for the day-to-day leadership of a team.
Formal Entry Requirements
You will need to have at least grades A - C in English and Maths, and be working in an environment where you are able to carry out a Team Leader role. Entry is also subject to a satisfactory interview and college assessment.
What does the course involve?
This course is designed for flexibility, incorporating work-based learning and assessment. Depending on experience, most participants complete within 12 months. As well as studying Employment Rights and Responsibilities, an NVQ Level 2 in Team Leading, and Key Skills, you will also work towards the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading.
On this programme you could be covering the following units:
• Developing Yourself as a Team Leader
• Motivating the Work Team to Perform
• Planning and Monitoring Work
plus a choice of optional units.
How will I be assessed?
You will have your own dedicated trainer/assessor, who will plan learning and assessments with you. Assessment will be through a combination of coursework, portfolio of work-based evidence and external assessment for both Key Skills and the Technical Certificate. Your progress throughout the programme will be regularly monitored through individual tutorials and progress reviews.
Where can I go next?
As well as direct employment, successful learners often go on to complete an Advanced Apprenticeship at Level 3, once they have gained more experience in a Team Leading/Management focused role.