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Team Leading Level 2 Diploma (OCR) at Rochdale Training Association

Course description

This Apprenticeship can be applied across a broad range of sectors and job roles. Good managers and team leaders are essential to the success of any business, so the skills gained on this Apprenticeship are transferable and valuable.
Learning will be tailored to your industry, but it is likely you will be responsible for the delivery of a service, or how other people carry out their work. You could be working as a shift leader, charge hand, section leader, team leader, floor manager, trainee manager, deputy manager, or supervisor.
On your Apprenticeship in Team Leading, you will learn the theories of team leading and how business works. You will manage your own workload, lead others, work effectively with other people, and learn how to get your point across through talking and discussion with others.
Depending on the focus of your job, you might learn other skills like how to allocate and check other peoples work; plan and implement change; manage a project or budget; encourage innovation; carry out operational plans; recruit staff; or develop customer service skills.

Course content

This Apprenticeship can be applied across a broad range of sectors and job roles. Good managers and team leaders are essential to the success of any business, so the skills gained on this Apprenticeship are transferable and valuable.
Learning will be tailored to your industry, but it is likely you will be responsible for the delivery of a service, or how other people carry out their work. You could be working as a shift leader, charge hand, section leader, team leader, floor manager, trainee manager, deputy manager, or supervisor.
On your Apprenticeship in Team Leading, you will learn the theories of team leading and how business works. You will manage your own workload, lead others, work effectively with other people, and learn how to get your point across through talking and discussion with others.
Depending on the focus of your job, you might learn other skills like how to allocate and check other peoples work; plan and implement change; manage a project or budget; encourage innovation; carry out operational plans; recruit staff; or develop customer service skills.

Entry requirements

Ideally Grades A - C or equivalent

Assessment

Assessment methods are selected to suit learner. They are usually determined by the job role, the area being covered and the learners preferred learning style. Some of the most used methods which may be covered throughout the qualification include: Coaching – either one to one or in a group, Observations in the work place, Professional Discussion between the learner and their tutor about a specific event or part of the job, On-line examinations, Assignments and Knowledge questions.
Other assessment methods that may be used include gathering product evidence to support observations and discussions, getting witness statements from colleagues or a personal statement from the learner about a particular event or situation.  Assessment will soon be carried out using One File.
 

Financial information

Under current legislation all people serving an Apprenticeship must be of employed status.

In financial terms it means they should be paid the minimum rate of pay for Apprentices and contractually employed on a full-time basis.

All training within in the Apprenticeship framework is paid for by Rochdale Training using government funding.

Future opportunities

Higher Apprenticeships

Further information

For more information call our recruitment team on 01706 631417

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Rochdale Training Association directly.

Last updated date: 16 May 2016
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