What you will do in your working day
Over 50% of those undertaking the Honours degree in Project Management, graduate with a first class Honours degree.
Working in Project Management means you will be the eyes and ears of a given project, ensuring it is delivered on time, to cost and of the required quality. You will gain a broad view across the project and will be able to demonstrate the elements needed to make it a success. This depends on understanding the big picture, recognising the key issues, making effective decisions and driving actions to their conclusion. The Integrated Degree apprenticeship in Project Management will develop and test all of these skills.
Please note you must not book any annual leave within the first 3 months of your apprenticeship. Following this, leave will be considered depending on the individual training delivery schedule and must be approved by your line manager.
The training you will be getting
Project Management Integrated Degree Apprenticheship Standard;
Apprentices will achieve either a BA or BSc Honours degree in Project Management. Apprentices are required to achieve an International Project Management Association (IPMA) Level D qualification or equivalent, prior to taking the end point assessment.
Delivery method and location of training to be confirmed.
What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship
Around 95% of apprentices choose to stay on with us via employment. And as a global business there are a world of opportunities - whether you decide to stay in the UK, or explore an overseas role.
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
Communication skills, Attention to detail, Team working
GCSE or equivalent 5 GCSEs Including Mathematics, Science and English (Grade A*-C or 9-4 (or equivalent)) Essential
Other 96 (Grade UCAS Tariff points) Essential