Henley Business School was the first business school to be established in the UK and is one of the oldest and most respected schools in Europe. We are now applying our expertise to a number of new apprenticeship standards in Leadership and Management, Business Services, Finance, Accounting and HR.
Developing Management Practice
Henley’s existing Developing Management Practice - Executive Education programme has now been mapped to the the Level 5 - Operations / Departmental Manager Apprenticeship. This 15 month programme is more than developing management skills; this is also about fulfilling programme members own potential and positioning them with the confidence and resilience for their own next steps.
BA (Hons) in Applied Management
Henley Business School now offers a BA (Hons) in Applied Management - Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship. This purpose built learning degree is designed to meet the needs of professional education and development within the workplace. It supports students so they can meet the academic requirements of the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) Standard and allow them to become a Chartered Manager accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Henley Flexible Executive MBA
Henley’s existing Flexible Executive MBA has now been mapped to the Senior Leader Master’s Degree Apprenticeship. It continues to support and encourage programme members to be able to apply their learning immediately back into their work life, ensuring it is of benefit both to them and their organisations. On completion of the Apprenticeship programme members can apply to the CMI to become Chartered Managers.
MSc Regulation & Compliance
This course has been mapped to the Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist Degree Apprenticeship. It allows the learners to build the understanding, confidence and critical analysis skills we believe are needed to successfully develop their career in regulation or compliance. We would encourage them to think of this programme as an integral part of their career plan and future in regulation. Our hope is that the learning will play a key role in enabling them to challenge the practices of the past and build capability for the future.