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Project Manager Degree

Overview

London Metropolitan College offers a 4-year Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship. The apprenticeship programme develops essential skills, knowledge and understanding within the individual, emphasizing the integrated nature of highly successful Project Teams (people, behaviours, knowledge, skills and tools) with principles that are understood within a “business context”. The programme can be customised to meet individual organisation requirements based on candidate experience, qualifications, background, and business needs. During the apprenticeship, the apprentice will gain the Association of Project Managers (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ) (Professional qualification in Project Management at IPMA Level D) and undergo an End-Point Assessment (EPA) which provides the final test of the apprentice’s ability to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to manage and successfully deliver required outcomes.

The Apprenticeship programme summary is below:

Apprenticeship: Project Manager Degree (Level 6)

Standard duration: 48 months

Total credits: 360 (320 on-Programme credits + 40 End-point Assessment credits)

Degree: BSc(Hons) Degree in Project Management

Suggested Entry Requirements and Qualification

Individual employers will set their own entry requirements for their apprentices. Typically, an apprentice might be expected to have achieved appropriate level 3 qualifications on entry, e.g. 3 GCE “A” Levels at

Grades A to C, or a vocational equivalent. Apprentices are also expected to have typically achieved Maths and English at Level 2 prior to starting the apprenticeship.

Our Delivery Approach:

The LMC’s programme is designed as a journey to be made together; this results from an initial review with the apprentice, a review with the client to understand nature of their business, specific development requirements, benchmark the candidate’s subject understanding, learning preferences and to develop an Individual Learning Plan (ILP). The overall learning journey will include: initial assessments, apprentice induction, creating an ILP, finalising the learning journey, training delivery (Technical, Occupational and Software), internal assessments, mentoring, APM PMQ qualification, credit award, gateway review, EPA and awarding BSc(Hons) Degree in Project Management.

Our unique delivery approach is shown below.

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