Management apprenticeships

Types of apprenticeships that you can apply for in the management sector.

Good managers are essential to the success of any business, so the skills gained on this apprenticeship are transferable and valuable across a range of sectors and job roles.

Training opportunities

The intermediate level management apprenticeship includes:

  • monitoring work
  • giving feedback
  • briefing teams
  • supporting team members
  • resolving problems
  • procuring supplies
  • project management
  • delivering and improving customer service

The advanced level management apprenticeship includes:

  • planning, allocating and monitoring the work of a team
  • supporting team members
  • managing conflict
  • resolving problems
  • project management
  • agreeing budgets
  • managing customer service

The higher apprenticeship in management includes:

  • informing strategic decision making
  • managing budgets
  • planning and implementing change
  • leading teams
  • managing programmes of complimentary projects

Types of apprenticeships

There are 3 types of management apprenticeships.

Intermediate level apprenticeship

You could train in roles like:

  • team leader
  • section leader
  • floor manager
  • helpdesk manager
  • trainee supervisor
  • team co-ordinator

Advanced level apprenticeship

You could train in roles like:

  • section manager
  • first line manager
  • assistant manager
  • trainee manager
  • senior supervisor
  • junior non-commissioned officer

Higher apprenticeship

You could train in roles like:

  • manager
  • senior manager
  • head of department
  • director

Apply for a management apprenticeship

You can become an apprentice in England if you’re:

  • 16 or over
  • eligible to work in England
  • not in full-time education
Published 12 April 2012