Apply through workplace
Do you work for an Engineering or Food & Drink Company?
These Level 5 programmes are designed for colleagues responsible for managing projects in line with their organisations operational or departmental strategy. The programme will be accredited through the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and will be contextualized to the Engineering or the Food & Drink industry to ensure employers needs are met.
GCSEs at Grade C (4) for English and Maths
What are the benefits?
- Development of core management techniques to provide practical leadership and operational management skills.
- Benchmark managerial capability against other professionals
- The ability to make informed decisions and approach new challenges in an effective and efficient manner.
- Ability to raise the professional profile within the organisation.
- One-to-one support from a dedicated Skills Coach including monthly check-ins online & in-person.
- Blended Teaching & Learning delivered through our University Centre at Reaseheath
- Entitlement to an NUS student discount card
- Membership to CMI
What will I study
The apprenticeship supports the development of the following skills, knowledge and behaviours:
Organisational Performance – delivering results
- Operational Management
- Project Management
Interpersonal Excellence – managing people and developing relationships
- Leading People
- Managing People
- Building Relationships
Personal Effectiveness – managing self
- Self Awareness
- Management of Self
- Decision Making
- Takes responsibility
- GCSEs at Grade C (4) for English and Maths, or able to achieve Level 2 English and Maths whilst on programme
- Must have held residency in the UK for the last three years
As a Higher Education student you will have two main costs to meet; your tuition fees and living costs.
Our tuition fees for UK and EU students entering University are charged for each academic year of a course and are set by the college annually.
If you are an international student or for the latest information on tuition fees visit the student finance page on our website.
University Centre Reaseheath is committed to providing additional financial support to those who need it. To find out about the bursary schemes available visit the additional financial support pages on our website.
All Higher Education students are given the opportunity to apply for residential accommodation. First year students are guaranteed accommodation and this offer is made to all applicants who live more than a reasonable daily travelling distance from Reaseheath and who apply before 31st July of the year they intend to start their course. For full details on our halls of residence visit the accommodation pages.
We have a team of dedicated professionals on hand to offer you support when and if you need it during your time with us. These include our Student Services team, Higher Education Support Team (HEST), Library and Learning Resources and the Reaseheath Careers Service. You will find more information on the support provided at Reaseheath here.
Before you apply you can come and visit us at one of our HE Open Events to see what we have to offer. Once we have received your application we will invite you to attend an Offer Holder Day.
Applications for part-time courses should be made directly to University Centre Reaseheath. When you have chosen your course, complete our online Part-Time Application Form.
For students to get the best out of their time at University Centre Reaseheath, we must both recognise that we owe obligations to each other. These obligations are set out in our Higher Education Student Contract. Before you accept an offer of a place at University Centre Reaseheath, it is important that you read these contract conditions. If you are going to be living in Halls of Residence, you will also need to read the Student Accommodation Licence Conditions. Both of these contracts can be found here.