BSc (Hons) Integrated Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship
BSc (Hons) Integrated Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship is designed to prepare students for the role of a professional Project Manager operating within business organisations. This degree course has been validated and approved by the University of West London (UWL).
Project managers are responsible to the project sponsor/owner for the end-to-end delivery of a project or a subset of a project dependent on the complexity and criticality to the business.
They have responsibility for delivering the project in line with defined objectives, taking decisions to manage stakeholder expectations by leading a multi-skilled, cross-disciplinary team to deliver the project to time, cost and quality requirements. Using their unique knowledge, skills and leadership behaviours project managers will manage the social, legal and environmental implications of their project. In addition, they will manage a variety of interfaces with the organisational entities involved in the project, reporting to the project sponsor and working within the requirements of the course and portfolio (P3M) as appropriate. A project manager must also have the competencies to contribute to benefits management and realisation, consolidating appropriate metrics to report thus ensuring that identified business benefits are achieved.
To achieve these objectives, project managers will apply appropriate governance and project management methods and techniques to initiate and execute projects, interfacing with other projects within larger project courses to meet the strategic objectives of the organisation.
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A level (level 3), normally in a minimum of two subjects, plus A*-C or 9-4 GCSE qualifications (Level 2) in English and Maths. Applicants with no formal qualifications will also be considered on an individual basis.
Our Delivery Approach
This course is designed to cater for both student and employer requirements where campus attendance is not always possible due to personal and professional commitments and lifestyles. We recognise that three years is a big commitment for all parties concerned. In order to facilitate these needs the course will operate a “2 classroom sessions + 2 guided online” model for teaching and learning
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- Blended learning that caters for different student learning styles and lifestyles through classroom and guided online teaching/learning.
- Transfer of academic knowledge to practice in your own organisation through work-based projects
- Assessment methods used to mirror organisational based activities relating to projects, courses and portfolios
- Opportunity to engage with a range of experienced managers, Special Interest Groups, and project professionals through the Association for Project Management and its national network
- Provides a supportive platform for critical analysis and reflection, through the application of academic theories to your real work situations
- Potential to learn from other aspiring project managers participating in the course