ILM Management Apprenticeship – Level 5

Course Code: IHS104
Course Duration
2 Year
Course Type
Haybridge Road, Telford
Course Level
About the course

This apprenticeship is suitable for individuals at the start of their career in operational and departmental management, or those who may alreadyhave some practical experience and want to develop their knowledge, skills and behaviours concerning the complexities of management.

Topics/Units covered:
• Leading and managing people
• Building relationships and communication
• Operational and project management
• Finance
• Self-awareness
• Decision and problem solving

On completion, apprentices can register as full members with the Institute of Leadership & Management and/or Chartered Management Institute.

• A minimum of GCSEs at grades 4 – 9 (GCSE C or above)
English and Maths
• Be able to work more than 30 hours per week
• To sit an assessment for English and Maths
• Interview with an Apprenticeship Tutor

Apprentices are supported by assessment in the workplace and with regular reviews between the employer, tutor and apprentice to discuss progress and achievements.
Which will include:
• The completion and achievement of a relevant Level 5
Diploma in Leadership and Management.
• The development of a portfolio of evidence which will
typically include reports, evidence of tasks undertaken,
assignments, presentations, emails, witness testimonies and
• The completion of a synoptic work based project typically
undertaken during the last 6 months of the apprenticeship
which will be agreed between the employer, provider and
apprentice, and will be of benefit to the organisation.

Telford College works with the employer to create a specific development plan to meet the apprenticeship standards which the apprentice is expected to work towards. Whilst working to the plan in the workplace, the apprentice will track the journey, mapping to the required
standards showing valuable knowledge, skills and practical experience gained. Alongside, an ‘Off the Job Training record’, highlighting all the learning that has taken place (a min of 20% of the duration of the apprenticeship) is required to be completed.

When the Diploma, Project, Apprenticeship Standard and the required Off the Job Training hours have been completed, the Apprentice will move to the Assessment Gateway. This is where the employer confirms competency and performance. On successful completion of the Gateway, the apprentice will then complete End-Point Assessment where the knowledge, skills and behaviours required as set out in the Standards, will be assessed through a variety of Assessment Methods.

Curriculum Area
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