In support of the Government’s new initiative to develop the UK Work force’s higher skills, The Claude Littner Business School at the University of West London is offering a Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA). This is part of the Degree Apprenticeship programme, a new government and industry scheme which offers the guarantee of a high quality degree, on-the job experience and a professional pathway for development.
Developed by a group of 20 businesses led by Serco, the CMDA produces managers with the management skills and qualities required by employers of all sizes and from all sectors. The programme is tailored to the needs of the working day, balancing education and business demands.
Management apprentices follow a programme developed with the Small Business Charter, part of the Chartered Association of Business Schools, ensuring they earn degrees from renowned universities and business schools.
Apprentices become affiliate members of the Chartered Management Institute, and will reach Chartered Manager status by the end of their apprenticeship.
See The Claude Littner Business School for further information.