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Project manager degree
The Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship programme will develop essential skills, knowledge and understanding of what makes a successful Project Manager in our applicants. The course will emphasise the integrated nature of project management, bringing together the people, behaviour, knowledge, skills and tools necessary to build a highly successful Project Team and the principles to do so within the context of a functioning business.We recognise that every company has different requirements and that every applicant has different levels of skill, which is why our programme will be highly customisable to meet the needs of individual employers. We match candidates based on the needs of the business as well as the qualifications, background and experience of our prospective apprentices.
During the course of the programme, apprentices will gain the Association of Project Managers (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ), an IPMA Level D qualification.
The students will undergo an End-Point Assessment at the culmination of the apprenticeship providing the final examination of the student’s ability to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and behaviour to effectively manage and successfully deliver required outcomes
For the full details regarding the Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship’s course progression, learning methods and outcomes, please see our course brochure.
Our Delivery Approach
The LMC’s degree-level apprenticeships will be built on a case-by-case basis, in collaboration with individuals and organisations. This begins from the initial review with each apprentice candidate and a review with the client organisation to understand the specific development requirements of their business. Once the apprentice has been inducted, we benchmark their individual level of understanding and their learning preferences to develop an Individual Learning Plan (ILP).
Following on from this the apprentice will be given Technical, Occupational and Software training, as well as close mentoring as they undergo modules. A gateway review process will ensure that they are fully prepared for their End Point Assessment, and upon completion of the course will be awarded a BSc(Hons) in Project Management.
See more about our unique delivery method in the diagram below.