TAKE YOUR EMPLOYER PARTNERSHIP TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Universities, Business Schools, FE Colleges and Private Training Providers are key to the successful delivery of CMI’s apprenticeships. Working with employers they can develop a programme that meets the specific needs of the organisation.

CMI’s management and leadership apprenticeships will also provide a unique opportunity to develop new business streams by building stronger relationships with local businesses and accelerating learners’ career development.

CMI’s Learning Providing Conference in July 2016 affirmed that the skills landscape is going through significant change – which offers substantial opportunities to deliver employer-led training that can boost skills and performance.

This white paper captures the insights, ideas and perspectives on directions in further education and training shared by speakers at the conference.

Further information for providers

Benefits

  • Increase your portfolio and offer your learners a route to differentiate themselves in the job market
  • Build closer links with local businesses
  • Create a new income stream for your organisation
  • Provide your learners with access to the development tools and management community so they can continually update their skills.



Current Apprenticeships


Testimonials

Anglia Ruskin

Anglia Ruskin

We are all extremely proud of the hard work that our Corporate Education and Work-Based learning team have dedicated to the Barclays programmes. The BA (Hons) Management & Leadership work-based degree is a flagship course that produces high quality work, and the feedback from students about their learning and development experience is excellent.

Professor Gary Packham
Dean of Anglia Ruskin’s Lord Ashcroft International Business School

Henley Business School

Abby Ghobadian

In today’s connected world, schools need to develop closer relationships with professional bodies, business intermediaries and businesses to ensure their offering remains relevant. They need to develop alliances and partnerships, locally and internationally. They need to become hubs of activity, not just learning. It is also time for businesses and management to shed its social science badge and take its place among the key vocational subjects. This means pushing in partnership with organisations such as CMI for the wider professionalisation of management.

Abby Ghobadian, Professor of Management at Henley Business School
Past President of the British Academy of Management

DIRECTORY OF APPRENTICESHIP PROVIDERS

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