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Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands

Taking on apprentices is an excellent way for businesses to position themselves to be ready for the recovery of the markets. Employers now have access to funds of more than £10m to help them to recruit Apprentices, or to put their existing staff onto Apprenticeship programmes. The Apprenticeship programmes offer both ‘on the job’ and ‘off the job’ training and are delivered at two levels - Apprenticeship and Advanced Apprenticeships. What are the qualifications? Over the course of their Apprenticeship, Apprentices will work to achieve a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ), a Technical Certificate and Key Skills, all of which will lead to a nationally recognised Apprenticeship completion certificate. Designed by employers for employers Apprenticeships are designed to be relevant to the needs of each occupational sector. There are two different levels; Apprenticeship, enabling individuals to gain qualifications at Level 2 (which is equivalent to 5 GCSE passes at Grades A*-C) and the Advanced Apprenticeship develops skills and qualifications at Level 3 (A-Level equivalent). The most appropriate level for the person will depend on their abilities and the requirements of their job role.

Sectors • Accountancy • Active Leisure & Learning • Business and Administration • Cleaning & Support Services • Customer Service • Dental Nursing • Digital Technologies • Electrical • Engineering • Hairdressing • Health & Social Care • Hospitality & Catering (Housekeeping) • Industrial Applications • Information Technology • Logistics - Warehousing & Storage • Management • Plumbing • Retail Financial Services • Science (Laboratory Technicians)


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Accountancy

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Course Description This Apprenticeship provides apprentices with the skills and theory in accounting practices and procedures.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 2 Certificate in Accounts (QCF) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communication (Level 2)

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models

Entry Requirements Must be employed in a relevant accountancy role 3 GCSEs Grade C or above to include Mathematics and English Basic Skills initial assessment

• you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered on a part-time attendance to college basis. The selection of units studied includes recording income and receipts, preparing ledger balances and making and recording payments. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Accountancy Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Accountancy Duration 12 Months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Accountancy

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Course Description This Apprenticeship provides apprentices with skills and theory in accounting practices and procedures. The Advanced Apprenticeship leads to an Association of Accounts Technicians (AAT) qualification.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs

Course Content Level 3 Diploma in Accounts (QCF) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communication (Level 2)

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models

Entry Requirements Must be employed in a relevant accountancy role 3 GCSEs Grade C or above to include Mathematics and English Basic Skills initial assessment

• you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered on a part-time attendance to college basis. The selection of units studied includes maintaining financial records, preparing reports and returns and recording cost information. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Accountancy. Progression Opportunities Higher Education or a professional qualification. Duration 12 Months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Active Leisure and Learning Exercise and Fitness

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is primarily aimed at those who wish to gain experience in the exercise and fitness industry. Course Content NVQ Level 2 in Instructing Exercise and Fitness Industry Awareness Certificate at Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing Level 2 Customer Service Certificate Level 2 Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communication (Level 1)

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models

Entry Requirements Students should have an enthusiasm for working in the leisure industry and have experience of working in a gym, however all applications will be considered. Students will also be required to attend a formal interview and complete an initial assessment.

• you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered via a combination of attendance at college and in the workplace. The selection of units studied includes anatomy and physiology, how to plan and teach safe and effective exercise sessions, levels of fitness, promoting healthy living and health and safety within a gym environment. Candidates are required to build a portfolio of evidence which will include: theory papers, worksheets, case studies, practical teaching, verbal questioning, professional discussion, witness testimonials, personal evaluations and action plans. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Active Leisure and Learning (Exercise and Fitness) Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Active Leisure and Learning (Exercise and Fitness) Duration 12 Months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Business and Administration

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at general office administrative personnel. A key role within any office; this Apprenticeship trains and records competence against various activities including telephone call handling, general office systems, diary management and data systems handling.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Business and Administration Technical Certificate Level 2 Certificates in Principals of Business and Administration Key skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 2) Entry Requirements English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship can be delivered entirely in company or on a college day release basis. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed in a business and administrative role against a selection of units. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examination. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Business and Administration Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Business and Administration Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Business and Administration

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at supervisory administrative personnel. A key role within any office, this Apprenticeship trains and records competence against various activities such as task allocation and resource management.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs

Course Content NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Business and Administration Technical Certificate Level 3 Certificate in Principals of Business and Administration Key skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2) Entry Requirements Must be employed in a responsible administrative capacity. English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment. A basic knowledge of Microsoft applications

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship can be delivered entirely in company or on a college day release basis and is a mixture of NVQ assessment and coursework. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Business and Administration. Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprentices can progress to Higher Education. Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Cleaning and Support Service Industry

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Course Description The aim of the Apprenticeship is to upskill cleaning industry professionals who are currently employed within a supervisory capacity across all sectors of the cleaning industry. Alongside the practical components, candidates are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding through the technical certificate and develop Mathematics and English through key skills.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 2 Certificate in Cleaning & Support Services Technical Certificate Level 2 Certificate in Cleaning Principles (C&G) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Entry requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer. Interview and Initial Assessment. English and Mathematics to Entry Level 3 to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered and assessed within the college and the workplace. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Progression Opportunities On successful completion candidates may progress onto an Advanced Apprenticeship Duration 18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101 Note: New Apprenticeship under development and subject to LSC approval

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Customer Service

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at customer focused employees who are performing a customer service role and can range from contact centre staff to front of house and any customer facing staff. A key role within any organisation, this Apprenticeship trains and records competence against various activities including contact centre staff, management of data, customer relations.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service (OCR) Technical Certificate Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service (EDI) Key skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Entry Requirements English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment. Candidates should be working in a role that supports a Level 2 qualification.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship can be delivered entirely in company or on a college day release basis. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed in a customer service role against a selection of units. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examination. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Customer Service Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at customer focused employees who are working in senior customer service roles and can range from contact centre supervisors to front of house staff supervisors. A key role within any organisation, this Apprenticeship trains and records competence against various activities including supervising contact centre staff, management of data, and customer relations.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Cutomer Service (OCR) Technical Certificate Level 3 Certificate in Customer Service (EDI) Key skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2) Entry Requirements English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Advanced Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment. Candidates should be working in a role that supports a Level 3 qualification.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship can be delivered entirely in company or on a college day release basis. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed in a customer service role against a selection of units. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examination. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service Progression Opportunities Higher Education Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Dental Nursing

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Course Description This Apprenticeship provides skills and theoretical knowledge in Dental and Oral Health Care for registration with the General Dental Council. The achievement of the Key Skills component may enhance the required entry qualifications into Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service

Course Content Level 3 Diploma in Dental Nursing Technical Certificate Level 3 Award in Dental Nursing. Key skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2)

• we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace

Entry Requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Advanced Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment.

• we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered on a day release college attendance basis. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed to meet the required evidence for the 11 mandatory units. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Oral Health Care Dental Nursing Progression Opportunities Higher Education -Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy. Duration 18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Digital Technologies

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Course Description This Apprenticeship programme is aimed at upskilling the future workforce to support the digital revolution in both Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) and Satellite broadcasting. The programme directly supports the Electrical and Electronic Servicing Industry technical installation, service and maintenance of Digital Signal Reception equipment. This work-related qualification provides the opportunity to demonstrate competence within a work role. This training programme provides the appropriate training and assessment in the workplace and is the benchmark for learners to become approved digital ticked installers.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content City & Guilds Level 2 Progression Award in Electrical Electronics Servicing in Consumer Electronics NVQ Level 2 in Signal Reception Key skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2) Information Technology (Level 1) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Entry requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer Applicants must possess a minimum GCSE grade C in English, Mathematics and Science Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered both within the college and work environment. The key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Progression Opportunities Apprentices can progress to an Advanced Apprenticeship Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101 Note: New Apprenticeship under development and subject to LSC approval

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Electrical Apprenticeship

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at those wishing to enter the electrical industry and wanting to gain the necessary NVQ Level 2 vocational skills required to work within this sector.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Electrical Apprenticeships are heavily based on the development of both academic achievement and practical skills.

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

Course Content CGLI 2357 Diploma in Electrical Technology NVQ Level 2 Electrical or equivalent Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1/2) Communications (Level 1/2) Employer Responsibilities and Rights Sector CSCS or equivalent sector safety certificate Entry requirements Minimum Level 1 in English, Mathematics and a sufficient level of IT skills to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Admission onto this programme is via successful interview and initial assessment.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship requires employment within the electrical installation sector. The programme will be delivered and assessed within the college and the workplace. Achievement will be dependent on successful completion of practical qualifying task assessments and knowledge examinations. The functional skills elements are a combination of coursework and on-line assessments and are assessed at college. Progression Opportunities Electrical craft persons are required to frequently up-date their vocational skills and develop in-depth knowledge in the IEE Wiring Regulations and Skills in Inspection and Testing. Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Engineering

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Course Description This Apprenticeship aimed at students coming into engineering for the first time or employers looking to get core engineering skills into their workforce.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 Technical Certificate – VRQ Intermediate Certificate in Engineering Key/Functional Skills at Level 1/2 Employer Responsibilities and Rights Entry Requirements 4 GCSE’S at Grade D or above to include Mathematics, Science, English Basic Skills Initial Assessment

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered both within the college and work environment. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Engineering Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Duration 12 – 24 months (dependant on model of delivery) Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering

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Course Description Apprenticeship for Engineering Craftsmen and Technicians combining both on and off the job training.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations (QCF) NVQ Level 3 Skills Specific Qualification Level 3 Technical Certificate/National Certificate/Diploma Key/Functional Skills at Level 2 Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

Entry Requirements Must be employed in a relevant engineering role. 4 GCSEs Grade C or above to include Mathematics, Science, English

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered both within the college and work environment. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Progression Opportunities Foundation Degree in Mechanical or Electrical/Electronic Engineering Duration 36 - 42 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Hairdressing

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Course Description The Apprenticeship is aimed at those entering the hairdressing industry. It is the minimum standard required to work effectively in a salon. Alongside a practical Diploma, underpinning knowledge and Mathematics and English development through key skills are an integral part of this programme.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service

Course Content Level 2 Diploma in Hairdressing (QCF) Key skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace

Entry requirements English and Mathematics to sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment and an enthusiasm for the subject are equally important.

• we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship requires employment within a salon environment in conjunction with college attendance one day a week. Assessment of practical skills will be observed within the workplace wherever possible. The Diploma and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and on-line exams. Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeships depending on job role. Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care

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Course Description This Apprenticeship provides skills and theoretical knowledge in health and social care mainly in the care of adults

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care Certificate in Health & Social Care Key skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Rights and Responsibilities (Level 2)

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models

Entry Requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment.

• you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered entirely on company premises. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed against a selection of units to include health and safety and develop own practice. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care

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Course Description This Apprenticeship provides skills and theoretical knowledge in health and social care mainly in the care of adults

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care Certificate in Health & Social Care Level 3 Key skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2) Employer Rights and Responsibilities (Level 2)

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models

Entry Requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment.

• you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered entirely on company premises. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed against a selection of units to include health and safety and develop own practice. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care. Progression Opportunities Higher Education Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Hospitality & Catering (Housekeeping)

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Course Description This qualification is aimed at those currently employed or those seeking to embark upon a career in Housekeeping. It covers the breadth of housekeeping functions and provides the Apprentice with a relevant foundation of knowledge as preparation for a rewarding career in the Hospitality Industry. Alongside the practical components, candidates are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding through their technical certificate and develop Mathematics and English through key skills.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Housekeeping QCF (C&G) Technical Certificate Level 2 Award in Hospitality and Catering Principles - Housekeeping QCF (C&G) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Entry Requirements Interview and Initial Assessment English & Mathematics to Entry Level 3 to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered and assessed within the college and the workplace The technical certificate and key skills element are a mixture of coursework and external exams Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship Duration 12 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Duration 12 months

Apprenticeship in Industrial Applications Course Description This Apprenticeship provides preparation for entry into a career in an industrial environment which is focused on manufacturing and/or engineering. It is ideal training for job roles such as operatives, inspection, testing or similar roles within the manufacturing or aligned industrial sectors. Alongside a practical NVQ, is underpinning knowledge for a vocational qualification and Mathematics and English development through key or functional skills. Course Content Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Manufacturing Operations Technical Certificate Level 2 Award in Industrial Environment Awareness Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Responsibility and Rights Entry Requirements Applicants must be employed, and recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment

Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Did you know • there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is offered in 2 pathways: The Performing Manufacturing Operations pathway is predominantly workplace based delivery combined with college day release to deliver the technical certificate and key/functional skills elements of the Apprenticeship. Employer Responsibility and Rights is covered in a combination of the NVQ and Induction. Duration is 6 to 12 months depending on your job role and experience and the delivery model. The Performing Engineering Operations pathway is based on a 9 months predominantly college based programme combined with in-company work with your employers. This pathway is more suited to engineering electrical or mechanical routes. Progression Opportunities Stand alone NVQ 3 Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering or Technical Services depending on job role.

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Information Technology User

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is designed to recognise the IT user skills used within the workplace and occupation and qualifications or learning previously achieved. To achieve this qualification, learners will need to demonstrate competence within their work role.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year • 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service

Course Content NVQ Level 2 ITQ (OCR) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace

Entry requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer English and Mathematics to sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment

• we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered entirely on company premises. The key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examination. Progression Opportunities Apprentices can progress to an Advanced Apprenticeship Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101 Note: New Apprenticeship under development and subject to LSC approval

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Information Technology User

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Course Description These Apprenticeships are designed to recognise the IT user skills used within the workplace and occupation and qualifications or learning previously achieved. The Advanced Apprenticeship in IT User is aimed at a supervisory role and more advanced features of the use of IT in the workplace.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 3 ITQ (OCR) Technical Certificate - BTEC National Award for IT Practitioners (General) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Entry requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered entirely on company premises. The key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Progression Opportunities Higher Education Duration 18 – 24 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101 Note: New Apprenticeship under development and subject to LSC approval

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Logistics – Warehousing & Storage

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is ideal preparation for career entry into the exciting and dynamic sector of logistics. This course is aimed at providing the apprentice with the knowledge and skills required in the warehousing and storage and associated office areas through a practical NVQ, underpinning knowledge vocational qualification, and the development of Mathematics and English through key skills communications and applications of number.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content Level 2 Certificate in Warehousing and Storage (QCF) Technical Certificate Level 2 Certificate in Warehousing and Storage Principles (C&G) Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 1) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Entry requirements Applicants must be employed, and recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment Delivery and Assessment Methods The programme is predominantly workplace based delivery, combined with college day release to enable the delivery and assessment of the technical certificate and the key/functional skills elements of the Apprenticeship. Employer Responsibilities and Rights are covered in a combination of the NVQ and Induction. Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship or a stand alone NVQ 3 in Traffic Office or Logistics Operation Management, depending on job role. Duration 6 to 12 months depending on job role and experience, and delivery model. Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Management - Team Leading

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at the team leaders and supervisory staff within organisations, and comprises of taught theory sessions and recording of practical competences through an NVQ.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading Level 2 Technical Certificate. Award in Team Leading (Institute of Leadership Management or Chartered Management) Key skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communication (Level 2) Employer Responsibilities and Rights Entry Requirements Applicants must be employed and should be working in a supervisory role.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods NVQ content is delivered in company and is assessed on work performed. Technical Certificate workshops are taught sessions and assignment based. These sessions require day release to college or company training facilities dependant on numbers. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Team Leading Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Management Duration 12-24 Months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Advanced Apprenticeship in Management

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at the first line management tier within organisations, and comprises of taught theory sessions and recording of practical competences through an NVQ.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 3 Certificate in Management Level 3 Technical Certificate. Award in First Line Management (Institute of Leadership Management or Chartered Management) Key skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communication (Level 2) Employer Responsibilities and Rights Entry Requirements Applicants must be employed and should be working in a first line management role.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods NVQ content is delivered in company and is assessed on work performed. Technical Certificate workshops are taught sessions and assignment based. These sessions require day release to college or company training facilities dependant on numbers. Qualification Achieved Advanced Apprenticeship in Management. Progression Opportunities Higher Education or a professional qualification. Duration 12-24 Months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Retail Financial Services

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Course Description This Apprenticeship provides skills and theoretical knowledge in general insurance practices and procedures.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 2 in Insurance Technical Certificate Level 2 CII IF1 - Legal and Regulatory Key skills in Application of Number (Level 1) Communications (Level 2) Employer Responsibilities and Rights

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

Entry Requirements Applicants must be recommended by their employer. English and Mathematics to a sufficient level to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Interview and Basic Skills initial assessment.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods This Apprenticeship is delivered entirely on company premises. The NVQ element of this qualification is assessed on work performed against a selection of units, to include subrogation and indemnity. The technical certificate and key skills elements are a mixture of coursework and external examinations. Qualification Achieved Apprenticeship in Retail Financial Services Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Retail Financial Services Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Plumbing Apprenticeship

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Course Description This Plumbing Apprenticeship is aimed at those wishing to enter the industry and wanting to gain the necessary NVQ Level 2 vocational skills required to work within this skill sector.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Plumbing Apprenticeships are heavily based on the development of both academic achievement and practical skills.

• various funding models are available to suit your needs

Course Content CGLI 6129 Technical Certificate or/and CGLI 6084 NVQ Level 2 in Plumbing Key Skills in Application of Number (Level 2) Communications (Level 2) Employer Responsibilities and Rights CSCS or equivalent sector safety certificate Entry requirements Minimum Level 2 in English, Mathematics and a sufficient level of IT skills to enable successful completion of the Apprenticeship. Admission onto this programme is via successful interview and initial assessment.

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff

• recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods The NVQ pathway requires employment within the plumbing sector The programme will be delivered and assessed within the college and the workplace. Achievement will be dependent on successful completion of practical qualifying task assessments and knowledge examinations. The programme will be delivered by assessments made at work and at college (full-time or part-time day release) The functional skill elements are a combination of coursework and on-line assessments and are assessed at college. Progression Opportunities A plumbing craft person is required to frequently up-date their vocational skills and develop an in-depth knowledge in all aspects of the sector including gas. Duration 24 - 36 months depending on pathway Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


Working together to create 3,000 apprentice jobs in the Midlands Apprenticeship in Laboratory Technicians

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Course Description This Apprenticeship is aimed at learners who are looking for a career as a Medical Laboratory Assistant (MLA) or an Industrial Laboratory Assistant.

• there were 140,500 Apprenticeship starts in the UK last year

Course Content NVQ Level 2 Laboratory Award (Learners will be assessed in the workplace against the competences required within the above qualification. A relevant qualification may be substituted to conform to the new Occupational Standards (QCF)) BTEC First Diploma in Applied Science (Level 2) Level 1 Functional Skills in Mathematics and English Entry requirements Employment in a Laboratory related role GSCE Grade A – D or equivalent in English, Mathematics and Science. Relevant professional experience will also be considered

• 59% of employers report that training apprentices is more cost effective than hiring skilled staff • various funding models are available to suit your needs • recruitment assistance is available through the National Vacancy Matching Service • we offer a variety of flexible delivery models • you will receive a progress update each time our assessor visits your apprentice in the workplace • we have a dedicated Apprenticeship Business Advisor to give you advice and support throughout

Delivery and Assessment Methods Assessment is by a production of a personal portfolio of evidence demonstrating understanding and application of the NVQ Level 2 performance criteria. External examination will be required for the knowledge and functional skills element. Progression Opportunities Advanced Apprenticeship in Laboratory Technicians Duration 12-18 months Contact Details 0845 155 0101

Birmingham Metropolitan College Jennens Road t: 0845 155 0101 Birmingham f: 0121 355 0799 West Midlands e: training@bmetc.ac.uk B4 7PS w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 75 Harborne Road t: 0845 603 6650 Edgbaston e: info@birmingham-chamber.com Birmingham w: www.birmingham-chamber.com B15 3DH


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