Team Leader Supervisor level 3
What does this Standard consist of?
Team Leader Supervisor Standard Modules:
|Operational Management||Project Management||Finance|
|Leading People||Managing People||Building relationships|
|Communication||Self-awareness||Management of self|
|Decision Making||Behaviours – Responsible||Behaviours – Inclusive|
|Behaviours – Agile||Behaviours – Professionalism|
- Monthly training Sessions covering knowledge outcomes
- Monthly portfolio building days, and one-to-one support sessions
- Mock EPA prep sessions for professional discussion, structured interview and on-line test
- Weekly training Sessions for Functional Skills (If Applicable)
- E-Learning interactive resources, Online Portfolio, workbooks and Quiz’s
Functional Skills (including English Level 2 and Maths Level 2)
- Completion of Employer rights and responsibilities booklet
Membership with Chartered Management Institute / Institute of Leadership & Management
- On completion, Apprentices can register as full members with the Chartered Management Institute and/or the Institute of Leadership & Management.
About this Standard
The Team Leader/Supervisor Apprenticeship is for someone who can take responsibility for managing a team or discrete project. They can support, manage and develop team members, manage projects, plan and monitor workloads and resources. They can take responsibility for delivering operational plans, resolving problems, and building relationships. It is applicable to professional team leaders, first line managers and supervisors from all sectors – the private, public or third sector – and all sizes of organisation.
Key responsibilities are likely to include supporting, managing and developing team members, managing projects, planning and monitoring workloads and resources, delivering operational plans, resolving problems, and building relationships internally and externally.
This Apprenticeship has been designed to provide access to development opportunities for as wide a range of individuals as possible. This includes individuals who are at the start of their career in leadership and management and who wish to take their first steps into professional management.
Typical job roles for this standard would be: –
- Team Leader
- Project Officer
- Shift Manager
Delivery of the Training: –
Knowledge-based off the job training will take place once a month along with portfolio building days each month. The Apprentices allocated Training Advisor will issue monthly action plans and complete workplace visits in addition to the off the job training and portfolio building days.
Progress Reviews will take place with the Apprentice, manager and Training Advisor every 12 weeks to monitor progress and ensure the Apprentice is on target to achieve by the planned end date.
Entry Requirements: –
The entry requirement for this Apprenticeship will be decided by each employer, but may typically be five GCSEs at Grade C or higher, a relevant Level 2 Apprenticeship; other relevant qualifications and experience.
Duration of the Apprenticeship: –
The duration of this Apprenticeship will typically take up to 18 months to complete, although the exact duration will be dependent on the previous experience of the individual.
Funding/Cost of Apprenticeship: –
£4,500 including cost of one End Point Assessment
End Point Assessment Requirements: –
20 % Portfolio of Work – Mixture of written documents, audio and video evidence that showcases the professional application of their on-programme learning.
30% Online Knowledge Test – the apprentice showcases their leadership and management knowledge by answering a series of questions, explaining how they would respond to a range of different scenarios. Assessed via online on-demand testing through the evolve platform.
30% Competency Based Interview – a one-to-one interview with the apprentice, using structured questions to test their understanding and application of knowledge, and to assess their soft skills, behaviours and personal leadership style.
20% Professional Discussion – The ILM assessor leads a detailed discussion around the apprentice’s personal and professional development, looking for clear evidence of focused CPD and how this has been applied to improve their performance in the workplace.