Meet the Management Apprentices.
Andrew Anderson.

Moving up the chain at ICBC Standard Bank.

At ICBC Standard Bank, Andrew has developed hands-on management and leadership skills he can put into practice straight away - all thanks to his Level 5 Management Apprenticeship.

Developing the leaders of tomorrow.

Like ICBC Standard Bank, many organisations are beginning to prioritize training for management and leadership skills. By utilizing the Apprenticeship Levy funds, businesses can upskill their existing workforce and close the management skills gap.

“I see this opportunity with CMI at the moment as a great option for both the individuals we put in the programme and future talent.” states ICBC’s Head of Client Onboarding Peter Sinclair. "...To develop the skills that individuals need to become future managers of the organisation is where we’re invested."

Get in touch to find out how you can start building a strong talent pipeline and harness the levy to train, nurture, retain and attract talent.

Why Train Apprentices?


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is how much an average apprentice increases productivity per week

A platform for career progression.

"They [Apprenticeships] are so helpful and beneficial to people in various stages," states Andrew. "This course has been really helpful in [developing] my own confidence, especially that it is the first time I've taken on more managerial responsibilities in my direct role."

An apprenticeship can help to develop hands-on leadership skills employers want. It also increases productivity, confidence and provides great progression opportunities. Download our handy guide for more information.

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