Designed as an entry level role into the Management Consultancy profession, the Level 4 Junior Management Consultant apprenticeship offers practical knowledge and skills from project management and problem solving, to business analysis and personal management
- Qualification level: 4
- Typical Entry requirements: 5 GCSEs at grade A-C or other comparable qualifications
- Duration: 24 months
- Professional registration links: Associate Member of CMI (ACMI)
Who is it for?
Aspiring Management Consultants, Junior Management Consultants, Business Advisors.
- Business analysis
- Relationship building
- Project Management
- Report writing
This apprenticeship standard has been allocated a maximum funding cap of £9,000, which is the anticipated full cost for delivering this standard and the end point assessment.
Key Documents & Guidance
How it works
The Junior Management Consultant apprenticeship is an exciting work-based route towards developing Management Consultants 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.
Backed by our Royal Charter
We are the only professional body able to award Chartered Manager Status. On completion of your apprenticeship, you will be eligible to apply for for Foundation Chartered Manager, which puts you on a development pathway to full Chartered Manager status
A support package can be offered alongside apprenticeships giving unlimited access to online resources mapped to the apprenticeship journey, as well as in person support for the apprentices, access to the CMI community and mentoring during their apprenticeship
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.
The end point assessment for the Junior Management Consultant assessment involves submission of a reflective portfolio from Five (5) work based situations, and a presentation and interview that explains in detail how the apprentice has performed during the apprenticeship.
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.