LEVEL 3 TEAM LEADER/SUPERVISOR APPRENTICESHIP
Barnet Southgate College delivery in partnership with Cidori
Typical Job Roles:
Supervisor, Team Leader, Project Officer, Shift Supervisor and Shift Manager.
13 months plus a 3 month End Point Assessment (EPA) window.
Level 2 in English & maths is to be completed, if required.
Progress reviews occur every 10-12 weeks and are a mandatory requirement. There must be a manager or mentor present at each review.
- Team Leader/Supervisor Level 3 Standard
Delivery & Assessment:
Learning & assessment will take place with a dedicated Barnet Southgate college tutor, with a blended approach including online and in person delivery along with a requirement for college attendance:
- Teaching sessions, practical activities & shop floor observations
- Activity books
- Presentations and practical assessments
Off-the-Job Training (OTJ):
This training must equate to a minimum of 6 hours per week for the duration of the apprenticeship programme. It can be delivered flexibly e.g., for a part of each day, once each week or as a block release.
Just some of the Core Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours:
- Understand different leadership styles & organisational cultures
- Managing People – understanding people and team management models
- Performance management techniques including setting goals and objectives
- Conducting appraisals, reviewing performance, absence management
- Understand how organisational strategy is developed
- Know how to implement operational/team plans and manage resources and approaches
- Drive to achieve in all aspects of work
- Determination when managing difficult situations – resilience & accountability
On completion, apprentices may choose to register as Associate members with the Chartered Management Institute and/or the Institute of Leadership & Management, to support career development and progression.
End Point Assessment (EPA):
Learners will undertake an End Point Assessment at the end of their practical training period. The EPA will consist of the following elements, each of which will be graded individually. Learners will then be awarded an overall grade of a fail, pass or distinction.
- Observation with questions
- Interview underpinned by a portfolio of evidence