After being promoted to Curriculum Manager, Floristry tutor Robyn decided to enrol on a Level 5 Management Apprenticeship so that she could work and study at the same time. One of her main aims for enrolling on an apprenticeship was to gain confidence and develop her skills to complement her current role. The experiences and knowledge Robyn has gained so far throughout her apprenticeship are not just helping her develop new skills, but are also being passed on to her team to help them progress in their roles.
“The organisational and leadership skills are huge assets for my future career”
Not only did Robyn find that her management abilities are improving, she also found the apprenticeship extremely beneficial in her teaching role. The theories and knowledge shared in the apprenticeship were able to be used in a range of settings and tasks.
“The apprenticeship has given me the confidence to lead my team”
The apprenticeship includes sessions, activities and interactive classes meaning that it is suitable, like most apprenticeships, for different learning styles. Robyn would recommend that anyone speaking to their employer about the possibility of completing an apprenticeship that supports their current role.
We offer apprenticeships at levels 2 through to 5 in a range of sectors. Programmes are suitable if you’re leaving school or college, looking for a change of career or already in work but requiring new skills to support a promotion or change of job role. For more information and list of apprenticeships, please click here.
We are running free online information sessions for both those interested in an apprenticeship and employers looking to recruit or upskill their staff. These will be running during National Apprenticeship Week on Thursday 11th February. If you are interested in signing up to one of these sessions, please click here.