University of Huddersfield Apprenticeships

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University of Huddersfield Apprenticeships

Degree apprenticeships

Standard 1: Leadership and Management, Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship – level 6

This degree apprenticeship builds upon our experience of working with employers to develop their people.

We offer flexible learning opportunities through, subject to availability, block delivery and/or weekly attendance (day release) patterns. Apprentices can combine work with learning through an integrative work-based learning approach. Assessment builds upon this approach and may combine, for example, learning portfolios, team/individual presentations and work-based projects in addition to more traditional assessments such as essays.

Employers may also choose to focus on specific aspects of leadership and management, notably business management and finance or business management and HR, through nominated routes.

Available from September 2017 (* subject to validation)

If you are an interested in this programme as an apprentice or as an employer please contact us for further information at:

Barbara Butler, Enterprise Development Manager

Tel: 01484 473155

Chemistry apprenticeships just the start

Tue, 12 Mar 2013 16:21:00 GMT

Successful chemistry apprenticeship scheme could now be rolled out across the University

Helen Winsor IPOS Analytical Manager (centre), is pictured here with the first two apprentices to take part in the University’s pre-graduate scheme Olivia Jackson (left) and Adele Garside (right)

A RESEARCH lab at the University of Huddersfield has launched an innovative apprenticeship scheme which fast tracks young people into a science career.

The research unit named IPOS (Innovative Physical Organic Solutions), which carries out chemical analysis on behalf of a wide range of industrial partners, has appointed its first two apprentices and is planning to appoint a further pair in September.  The recruits work four days a week in the IPOS suite of laboratories and one day a week they study for a University of Huddersfield BSc degree in chemistry, which they will complete over five years.