Designed for supervisory or first-line managers, the Level 3 Team Leader/ Supervisor Apprenticeship offers practical knowledge and skills from team-leading through to project and resource management to give you the tools you need to start your management journey.
- Qualification level: Level 3
- Typical Entry requirements: None
- Duration: 12 - 18 months
- Professional registration links: Associate Member of CMI (ACMI)
Who is it for?
Junior Manager, Supervisor, Team Leader, Project Officer, Shift Supervisor, Foreperson, and Shift Manager.
- Supporting managing and developing team members
- Managing projects
- Planning and monitoring workloads and resources
- Delivering operational plans
- Resolving problems
- Building relationships
This apprenticeship standard has been allocated a maximum funding cap of £4,500, which is the anticipated full cost for delivering this standard and the end point assessment.
Key Documents & Guidance
How it works
The Team Leader/ Supervisor apprenticeship is an exciting work-based route towards developing Team Leaders/ Supervisors and includes work-based learning, which means that the apprentice is in paid employment for the duration of their apprenticeship and receives on the job training and support. It also includes business education through a provider (with potential to lead to a CMI qualification.)
Backed by our Royal Charter
We are the only professional body able to offer Chartered Manager Status. if CMI is your EPA, you will be awarded Foundation Chartered Manager on completion of this Apprenticeship, which puts you on a development pathway to full Chartered Manager status
CMI membership can be offered alongside apprenticeships, giving unlimited access to the CMI community, support, mentoring and online learning resources
The apprenticeship delivers a professional pathway and the ongoing development of knowledge, skills and behaviours required by employers
Supported Digital Delivery
Digital support is available, with content and practical resources mapped to the apprenticeship standard
Which training providers will be able to deliver it?
How is it assessed?
All apprenticeships are required to have an end-point assessment that is carried out by an independent body. Apprentices must pass the end-point assessment in order to achieve their apprenticeship and receive their certificate.
As of the 25th June 2020, apprentices starting their apprenticeship will be assessed under Assessment Plan v1.1, with a Professional Discussion underpinned by a portfolio of evidence (collated during their work/study time), and a Presentation with questions and answers based on a topic set by the EPAO.
Apprentices who started their apprenticeship prior to the 25th June 2020 will be assessed under Assessment Plan v 1.0, which involves a review of the apprentice’s portfolio of evidence which is collated during their work/ study time; an externally set knowledge test; and an interview/ competency-based discussion relating to the apprentice’s Continual Professional Development Log.
How is the apprenticeship quality assured?
The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) regulates the quality of apprenticeships. The IfATE’s role is also to advise on setting funding caps, and approve apprenticeship standards and assessment plans.
Is this apprenticeship certificated?
Yes – apprentices that successfully complete all parts of the Apprenticeship will receive a full apprenticeship certificate. This will be in addition to any qualifications that are taken as part of the apprenticeship.
Meet the Management Apprentices
Management apprentices are changing the face of management and leadership across the UK. Creating conscious, confident leaders ready to take on any professional challenge. Meet our management apprentices and see what they had to say.
It’s given me the confidence I needed to help me grow my abilities and help with business decisions.Gemma Strain, Sitel