Learning, Teaching and Assessment
Programme Duration and Delivery
It will typically take three years to complete the Apprenticeship, however, there may also be opportunities to join part way through the programme if candidates have considerable experience in a particular area. Apprentices will benefit from lectures and seminars, delivered at Leeds Trinity University. On-campus learning is supported by a variety of online tasks and independent research activities which can be undertaken in the workplace.
Each apprentice will create a learning plan which will allow them to develop their own unique pathway to their personal and professional goals.
Throughout the programme, apprentices are assessed via various methods including:
- Professional discussions
- Work-based projects
Apprentices will also create a portfolio of evidence throughout the programme in order to allow them to demonstrate how they have achieved the knowledge, skills and behaviours set out in the Apprenticeship standard. Evidence may include reports, reflective logs and formative assessments.
Upon completion of the degree, each apprentice will use their portfolio to progress to the final part of the Apprenticeship – the 'end point assessment'. This comprises an interview and presentation assessed by a panel, which includes representatives from the employer, the University and an independent assessor (Appointed by the Chartered Management Institute).
Once you have completed your studies, you will then go through the apprenticeship 'end point assessment'. The process includes an interview and presentation which is assessed by a panel.