This level 2 team leading apprenticeship is designed for supervisors or first-line managers and provides practical knowledge and skills to strengthen leadership in an existing role or to advance the learner’s management career.
To participate in this apprenticeship, candidates must be managing people currently and they must hold team and one-to-one meetings.
The Team Leading Apprenticeship Programme Covers:
A range of optional units are available to choose from:
The big distinction between the two apprenticeships is that Team Leaders lead and Managers manage. The team leaders take instruction from their managers and bring their team along with them. The managers should be the ones making the decisions, thinking strategically for the business and communicating to their Team Leaders.
The management apprenticeship would be ideal for someone new into a management role, or someone who is in the role but needs training to improve competency. Invariably, most managers move upwards into the role with little or no training, so the apprenticeship will equip them with the skills required to be fully competent.
For the team leading apprenticeship, the learner must be leading staff. For the management apprenticeship, the manager must be managing staff and/or managing a process.
This apprenticeship will be assessed using a variety of methods, including:
This apprenticeship is for those that already work in some form of team leading capacity. Candidates must be managing people currently and they must hold team and one-to-one meetings.
Candidates can be ‘acting up’ temporarily into a team leading role.
Transport Training Services has an impressive training centre including modern conference facilities; a variety of fully equipped training rooms and computer suites; a vehicle manoeuvring area; vehicle maintenance workshops and a vehicle body repair workshop which houses a paint booth and paint mixing facility.
TTS is consistently praised for its support of young people. We have a dedicated Careers Development Officer to provide ongoing pastoral care to ensure you are developing well and integrating successfully into your workplace, and to provide you with regular feedback on your progress.
Your Careers Development Officer is also the link between you and your employer and is there to make sure any issues, on either side, are resolved quickly.
Proof of the quality of support available is the large number of employers who themselves came through an apprenticeship with TTS and want a similar, quality experience for the staff they employ.
You can find out more about our pastoral care by downloading our Apprentice Pastoral Care Handbook here: Download PDF.
Absolutely not! Whilst the automotive and transport/logistics industries have traditionally offered employment opportunities for predominantly male roles, both are currently working hard to attract more female talent.
TTS is keen to encourage apprenticeship recruitment from all sectors of the population and is very active in encouraging more young women and people of all ethnicities and minority groups to consider a career in the retail motor and transport industries.
If you are in doubt, please speak to our Careers Development Office, Robert Deignan, who can talk you through your suitability for one of our apprenticeships.