Why study this course

An apprenticeship is either fully funded through the Apprenticeship levy or 95% funded for small employers

All modules relevant to your organisation and network with like-minded professionals

Achieve a BA (Hons) Degree and IPMA Level D qualification

On successful completion of EPA, Apprentices are eligible to become full members of the Association for Project Management (APM)

Course summary

Project Managers are an important contributor to productivity in a business and roles which span across both public and private sectors in industries as diverse as banking, insurance, government, healthcare, retail, and transport.

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About this course

The demand for Project Managers over the next 10 years is growing fast, expected to grow by 33% or nearly 22 million new jobs. Project Managers are an important contributor to productivity in a business and roles span across both public and private sectors in industries as diverse as banking, insurance, government, healthcare, retail and transport.

Project Managers are responsible for the end-to-end delivery of a project, to improve processes or implement change to become more efficient and effective. Typically run over 3 years, Project Managers will develop knowledge and skills in governance and financial control, organisational change management, quality management, risk management and organisational strategy.

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Leaders and managers have developed strong, strategic partnerships with a range of regional employers and stakeholders, and understand their needs and priorities well. The apprenticeship courses support employers to strengthen their workforce and develop skilled managers.

Ofsted inspection report - January 2024