Team Leader/Supervisor, Level 3 Apprenticeship (England)

Team Leader/Supervisor, Level 3 Apprenticeship (England)

Team Leader/Supervisor, Level 3 Apprenticeship (England)

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The Team Leader Supervisor Level 3 Apprenticeship delivered by Lifetime Training, is an opportunity for individuals who can take responsibility for managing a team or project, to grow and develop their managerial skills through a range of topics, covering personal, team and organisational development, in order to create a well-rounded leader.

Suitable for

Those who are at the beginning of their career in leadership and management, or are in management roles and have practical skills, but wish to develop their understanding of management skills

Blended Learning Delivery Model

During the apprenticeship you will be visited in the workplace in every 4-6 weeks. You will be expected to carry out self-study using Lifetime’s social learning platform, My Life. Learners will have access to their Trainer via the Learner Portal, email, telephone and My Life. You are not required to attend college or external workshops.

You will be required to complete assignments, gather evidence of learning and how this has been applied in the workplace. You will also be required to complete an End Point Assessment which includes a test of knowledge, a professional discussion and an interview.


  • Personal Development
  • Planning and implementing the Operational Plan
  • People Skills
  • Building Relationships
  • Managing Performance

Length of programme

15 months plus 3 End point Assessment


You must be a newly appointed manager or be able to line manage a team.

There are no qualifications required to attend this programme. However, English and maths L2 (GCSE A*-C or equivalent) are required elements of this programme and you will need to provide your certificates. If you cannot provide your certificates you will need to achieve Functional Skills L2 English and/ or maths prior to taking the end point assessment. If you haven’t got your GCSE (A or O Levels or equivalent) certificate, you may be able to obtain it from the awarding body or from your school. However, if you can’t, you will need to take the relevant Functional Skills Level 2 exam.


Date and Time

Thursday, June 13th 2024



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