Supply Chain Leadership Professional
The Supply Chain Leadership Professional Degree Apprenticeship has been developed in collaboration with a national apprenticeship trailblazer group. The course delivers against the National Apprenticeship Standard, and is co-designed with national and regional industry partners.
The apprenticeship is suitable for both existing staff and people new to the sector such as school leavers.
The course will deliver against the nationally recognised Level 6 Supply Chain Leadership Professional Degree Apprenticeship standard. The apprenticeship includes a combination of work-based learning modules and specialist education, which leads to a BA (Hons) Professional Practice in Supply Chain degree.
This programme covers a range of topics such as leadership, environmental concern, supply chain modelling and supply chain design.
If you have 15 or more potential apprentices, we can tailor the programme to your business.
Course length and entry requirements
The apprenticeship is usually delivered over 42 months. However, every apprentice is different and it will depend on their previous experience.
Participants attend the University on a block-study basis throughout the year. The programme adopts a blended learning approach with modules delivered through a combination of lectures, class-based seminars, practical workshops and discussions, and tutor-led study.
The integrated end-point assessment is the final stage of the apprenticeship and enables the apprentice to demonstrate checks that the employee meets the apprenticeship standard and is ready to join the profession with full occupational competence.
Eligible candidates will typically meet the following entry requirements
- GCSE (or equivalent) mathematics, English language or literature, and a science subject at grade C or grade 4, or above – plus one of the following
- 112 UCAS points from A levels (including at least 64 points from two A levels), or equivalent BTEC National qualifications. We accept AS levels, EPQ and General Studies.
Other equivalent qualifications and relevant work experience are considered individually.
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