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Tue 28 Apr 2020
10:00 - 11:00

Venue: N/A - online webinar

Provided by: PPD Personal and Professional Development


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Associate Project Manager Apprenticeship Webinar

Tue 28 Apr 2020


A webinar providing information on the level 4 Associate Project Manager Apprenticeship (duration 13months) presented by Glen Suttie of Provek, who are Project Management Training specialists and will deliver this apprenticeship.

Aimed at developing the skills required to run successful projects. This programme consists of 6 modules, each of which have a 1x day workshop training included. You will also sit the Association for Project Management (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ) exam and will be externally assessed to achieve the Level 4 Associate Project Manager apprenticeship standard.

The purpose of the webinar will be to provide you with an overview of the programme, and give you the opportunity to ask any questions.

A link to the webinar will be sent with the joining instruction when your booking is confirmed.

Target audience
  • University staff interested in undertaking an Associate Project Manager Apprenticeship
  • University Managers of interested staff
  • Further details regarding PPD's eligibility criteria are available
  • Target group: Grade 5 – 8 roles. Current participants roles are wide ranging and include: Project Manager; Associate Project Manager; Research Project Manager; Laboratory Manager, Technical officer, Event’s Organiser, Senior Research Associate, Facilities Technician, Team Leader, Business Improvement Manager

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Tue 28 Apr 2020   10:00 - 11:00 10:00 - 11:00 N/A - online webinar Leonie Isaacson
  • a University employee with a minimum fixed term contract of 15 months
  • working in a role that enables the learning to be put into practice
  • supported by a manager

UK and EEA citizens are eligible for funding if they are a citizen of the UK or a country within the European Economic Area (EEA) and have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least the previous three years on the first day of the apprenticeship.

Non-EEA citizens are eligible for funding if they have permission from the UK government to live in the UK (not for educational purposes), and have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least the previous three years before the start of the apprenticeship.

In addition, the individual and manager must commit to 20% off the job training and development. Further guidance

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