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Henley Flexible Executive MBA - Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship

For employers experienced managers looking to gain and develop new leadership and management competencies.

At a glance

  • Enhances best practice in your business through your apprentices' application of new learning
  • Enables your organisation to address real-world business challenges, through the programme assignments
  • Extends the leadership capability within your organisation, by giving your chosen learner a holistic and integrated understanding of all aspects of business
  • Develops and helps retain your organisation's talent
Subject area(s)
Strategic Management
Attendance
Part-time
Fee
Autumn 2020 intake - £25,500* *Companies nominating less than five individuals will need to supplement the Government Master's Levy allowance.
Course length
30 months part-time including time for End Point Assessment (EPA)
Suitable for
Learners typically have a degree and several years of management experience.

Programme Overview

Programme aims

By completing this apprenticeship MBA programme learners will have:

  • Developed a strategic, holistic and integrated perspective on business, organisations and management
  • Been able to integrate theory and practice through an approach that combines academic rigour with practioner relevance
  • Worked on their personal development to develop their management capability and capacity to work and lead teams in different situations.

Organisation options

Organisations can choose whether to send learners on a closed, consortium or open cohort. Whichever route you choose, individuals study and share experiences with like-minded professionals from a wide variety of managerial backgrounds and on an open cohort, business industries.

Key Benefits

Price: Autumn 2020 intakes - £25,500*

*Companies nominating less than five individuals onto a cohort will need to supplement the Government Masters Levy allowance .

Please contact the team for more information- +44 (0)1491 418733 or email apprenticeships@henley.ac.uk

Key dates

Start date - Open cohort 07 December 2020
Employer Nomination Forms to be signed and returned by: 10 September 2020
If your organisation has not previously sent apprentices to Henley then the Employer Frame Agreement (EFA) needs to be signed by: 10 September 2020
Applications open from and to: 14 - 28 September 2020

Cohort options

Closed cohorts: Organisations are able to choose whether to send large numbers (minimum of 30 and maximum of 64). Programme content can be contextualised around your organisation's objectives and may be taught at location more convenient for your nominated learners. Programme start dates can be planned together.

Consortium cohorts: Henley runs a number of open consortium cohorts where the organisation send a minimum of 5 learners. Organisations may also choose to create a closed consortium cohort working with other organisations of their choosing eg. those within their supply chain or specifically those within their industry where strategic challenges may be aligned.

Open cohorts: These are available throughout the year. This is for organisations typically sending 1 or 2 learners per cohort. Top up fees on these cohorts may apply.

Coming soon

The Henley Executive Diploma in Advanced Strategic Management and Leadership – Senior Leader Apprenticeship

The Institute for Apprenticeship and Technical Education (IFATE) is reviewing this Standard and we are expecting changes to take place from February 2021. As a result of the change to the Standard, Henley have designed The Henley Executive Diploma in Advanced Strategic Management and Leadership – Senior Leader Apprenticeship. Suitable for learners looking to develop their leadership and general management. We will have multiple cohorts running throughout the year, and are expecting to publish the schedule in January 2021, subject to the IFATE publishing the new Standard in December 2020.

On completion learners receive a Level 7 Senior Leader Apprenticeship and their Executive Diploma from Henley Business School, University of Reading. The programme has been designed in such a way that learners will receive academic recognition for their Apprenticeship which will allow them the opportunity to complete the Flexible Executive MBA in the future by purchasing a bridging programme.

For further information on the new Executive Diploma contact the team.

Course fee: Autumn 2020 intake - £25,500* *Companies nominating less than five individuals will need to supplement the Government Master's Levy allowance.
Duration: 30 months part-time including time for End Point Assessment (EPA)
Suitable for: Learners typically have a degree and several years of management experience.

No start dates currently listed

Please check back soon, or contact us for more information.

Our Flexible Executive MBA (FEMBA) - Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship (SLMDA) programme has a particularly strong focus on themes of personal development and preparing learners for positions as a senior leader with a focus on the application of relevant theory in a real-world context. This is a real hands-on approach to learning; each apprentice learner will work collaboratively with their fellow learners and classes are taught by international academic staff at the cutting edge of their disciplines.

Our MBA programmes combine the best in academic theory with practical, real life projects. This means as well as having an outstanding learning experience, learners will be able to apply this immediately to the workplace.

At Henley, we recognise the individual's need to develop themselves to prepare for the challenges of business leadership, so within the programme there is a continuous element of personal development to support them throughout their journey.

Everything above is informed by Henley’s eminent reputation in teaching practising managers and in research excellence and application.

Assessments, Gateway and End Point Assessment

MBA assessments and Gateway

Each module on the MBA is assessed and there is a written exam at the end of Stage 1. In the final stage of the programme each learner will be asked to do their Management Research Challenge.

Once the Management Research Challenge is completed learners enter ‘Gateway’ and will then need to prepare for their Apprenticeship End Point Assessment (EPA). The EPA is the final assessment for an apprentice to ensure that they have met all SLMDA standards. EPA is separate to any qualifications or other assessment that the learner will have undertaken so far.

End point assessment (EPA)

As part of the apprenticeship programme, learners are expected to provide evidence of how they have incorporated the classroom and theoretical learning back into the workplace. This evidence of learning needs to be recorded and is used to help develop the learner’s evidence portfolio, which they will use as part of their EPA at the end of their apprenticeship.

The EPA takes place via a 1-1 meeting with an independent apprenticeship assessor. Each apprentice’s portfolio of evidence and work based project will be reviewed in advance of the EPA against specific criteria, which will be applied on a sampling basis. The evidence portfolio will be assessed in relation to whether the SLMDA standards have been sufficiently covered.

The EPA meeting will include a professional discussion based on the evidence portfolio, and the learner will ‘showcase’ (e.g. make a presentation) of the work based project and participate in a Q&A session on this work based project.

In order to complete the EPA, the apprentice needs to meet the following requirements of the gateway:

  • The apprentice holds a Level 2 qualification in English and a Level 2 qualification in Maths (or an accepted equivalent)
  • The employer and training provider are jointly in agreement that the Apprentice is competent in the role and ready for EPA
  • The apprentice has been registered for a minimum of 12 months
  • The apprentice has evidenced that they have successfully completed their Flexible Executive MBA Level 7 Degree
  • The Portfolio of Evidence and work based project are complete. The Evidence Portfolio should demonstrate how learning has been applied in the workplace, and how knowledge, skills and behaviour have been developed, in line with meeting the SLMDA standards, The work based project will be based on the Management Research Challenge project, which the Apprentice will have completed in Stage 3 of the MBA programme.

Support for the learners

Apprenticeship tutor

Each learner is assigned a Henley apprenticeship tutor to support the individual learner and their line manager through the apprenticeship journey. Tutors will communicate and meet regularly with the apprentice within their workplace or virtually to provide the learning support, and review and assess the evidence gathered for their evidence portfolios.

Personal development

This is woven into the fabric of the Henley MBA. We take a whole-person approach which acknowledges the complexity of balancing work, home, study and career. In addition to a high level of individual support while studying at Henley, services are available to assist your career ambitions, including coaching, networking, mentoring, and recruitment resources.

Employer support

Employers provide support to learners as part of the employers’ commitment to their employees. Organisations are contracted by the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) to give a minimum of 20% off the job training time. Off-the job training is defined by the ESFA as: “training received by the apprentice, during the apprentice’s paid hours, for the purpose of achieving their apprenticeship” This 20% off the job training is not exclusive to class sessions although they do count. Some other examples may include:

  • Practical training: shadowing, mentoring and industry visits
  • Chairing or attending meetings (outside the learner’s normal job function)
  • Learning support and time spent writing assignments
  • Meeting with the Apprenticeship Tutor
  • Working on the evidence portfolio.

The three stages of the Flexible Exeutive MBA - Senior Leader Master's Degree Apprenticeship as a whole enable the Apprenticeship learner to gain a holistic perspective of business, which will help them to make better strategic decisions in senior leadership roles.

The module descriptions set out on this page are correct for modules being taught in the current academic year.

Stage 1: Managing elements within the organisation

The modules studied at the first stage of this apprenticeship enable learners to integrate their thinking across three areas of business, and gain a deeper and broader perspective on decision-making.

There is a written exam at the end of Stage 1.

11 days of workshops plus blended learning component

Compulsory modules Credits
This module focuses on the key principles that underpin the delivery of goods and services by organisations. It takes a systems and processes approach integrating elements of operations management, information systems and project management.

Processes are viewed as key enablers of business strategy, this module emphasizes the need to understand such processes but in a systematic way.

Key topics cover goods and services delivery in a variety of organizational contexts including:

  • Design
  • Implementation
  • On-going operation

Practicing managers are enabled to:

  • Align delivery system and process design to the strategic requirements of the organisation
  • Implement process change through the application of project management techniques
  • Evaluate and improve the on-going delivery of goods and services
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This module is designed for the practicing manager, recognising that every aspect of the business has an impact on the bottom line: organisations that do not effectively plan, control and monitor their financial resources are unlikely to achieve their operational targets and strategic business objectives.

As such, this module covers core topics in financial accounting, management accounting, finance and microeconomics. It is is designed to addresses the critical issues of planning, management control to direct the resources available to the organisation in the most efficient and effective manner to enable making the decisions which are essential to achieve the business objectives.

The key objectives are to:

  • Introduce key concepts and theories of accounting, both financial and managerial with an emphasis on how they are applied in practical business contexts
  • Introduce the key concepts and theories of economics that are essential in managing financial resources with an emphasis on how they are applied in practical business contexts
  • Enable those taking the module to develop an ability to use and communicate on these key concepts in practice.
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This covers key issues of how people are managed in order to drive organisational performance. Learners will consider the external and internal contextual factors that impact on managing people and the contribution of the approach to people management at a strategic level in setting and achieving your organisation's objectives.

It addresses the respective roles of the HR function and line management in the processes of resourcing, performance management, reward and development as well as the theories and concepts that underpin the performance of the individual at work.

By the end of the module it is expected that programme members should be able to:

  • Know and understand the context and culture under which your organisation operates;
  • Critically evaluate the role and contribution of the HR function (from both line manager and employee perspective) to organisational performance and effectiveness
  • Critically evaluate the role of performance management i.e. planning, managing and reviewing performance at both an individual and organisational level and its impact on talent management;

  • Understand human behaviour, motivation and engagement in order to understand and manage one’s own motivation and that of team members;

  • Learnt traits for success as a people manager.

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The Leadership and Personal Development module is an integrated and holistic part of this programme. It supports and challenges managers in all aspects of their growth and is a catalyst for reflection on learning from all other modules on this apprenticeship programme.

There are four ideas at the heart of the Personal Development activities at Henley:

  1. PD is a holistic activity. It starts with raising self-awareness about capabilities, motivations and ambitions in the context of universal values that create collective principles and personal beliefs. PD promotes lifelong learning and leads to a broad understanding of the role of the manager in society;
  2. Self-awareness requires the space and time to reflect;
  3. From reflection on current reality, learners find and prepare for aims and goals (at work and in life) by establishing awareness of gaps and systematically building a personal action plan;
  4. The articulation of thoughts, emotions, goals and achievements across a range of media, and the demonstration of critical thinking, are necessary outcomes to measure personal development.
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Stage 2: Understanding context and stakeholders

At the second stage of this apprenticeship, learners will gain perspectives on international business, considering strategy, strategic marketing, and reputation & responsibility. Examining these topics enables them to look outwards at the external environment, the context within which they and your organisation are operating, and understand how to manage relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.

10 days of workshops plus blended learning component

Optional modules Credits

This module enables your practicing managers to develop an understanding of current thinking and approaches to strategy and the field of strategic management. Your apprentices will learn to think organisationally and address complex managerial challenges.

Learners will also:

  • Think strategically and apply this to analysis and sense making of their organisation and its context
  • Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competence in advanced strategic analysis, strategic options formation, and critical evaluation of options within a strategic context.

As a result your employees will be able to:

  • Assess in detail how the organisation’s internal value-creating resources create a sustainable strategic advantage
  • Demonstrate high level abilities and skills in strategic thinking, strategic analysis, synthesis and generation of insight for shrewd strategic decision-making

  • Demonstrate skill in applying the core elements of strategy taking into consideration the central role that the concept ‘value’ plays in strategy; demonstrate how organisations sustain superior performance by virtue of their ability to conceive and create a meaningful offer to stakeholders

  • Analyse and understand your organisation and its external competitive environment using a holistic strategic perspective – where opportunities for value creation exist, or alternatively, dangers to your firm’s competitive position

  • Identify and evaluate appropriate strategic options, assess their impact on the organisation’s strategic position and choose a direction to support future performance

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The module is designed to answer the question: ‘How can an organisation derive value from a marketplace?’ It enables practising managers to understand the underlying theoretical perspectives of the strategic management of markets across a range of organisational situations, and to make informed choices regarding the selection and development of marketing activities. Participants are taken through the cyclical activity of analysing a market; identifying value opportunities; and creating and delivering marketing programmes. Understanding what value means to customers is a core element of this module: value exploration, value creation and value delivery are all covered. Furthermore, the module emphasises the need for rigour in marketing metrics and the monitoring and evaluation of the outputs and ultimate return of the marketing investment to the organisation.

The module aims to:

  • Raise awareness of marketing as both a philosophical organisational perspective and also a strategic and tactical managerial function
  • Develop an understanding of the practice of strategic marketing and the relevance of key marketing concepts
  • Emphasise the importance of ethically and socially responsible marketing strategies
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The Reputation and Responsibility module explores the identification, development and management of reputation, corporate responsibility and stakeholder relationships critical to organisational performance. It focuses upon the strategies and choices in organisational relationships, the values that underpin these choices and the integrative as well as analytical thinking demanded of managers if strategic decisions are to be operationalised in a transparent, purposeful and accountable manner.

Aims:

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of the holistic nature of strategic reputation management

  • Foster debate and discussion around issues of corporate responsibility and board effectiveness

  • Introduce key concepts of how relationships are built and apply the principles and theories to the understanding of successful organisational relationships

  • Introduce key concepts of stakeholder management, raise awareness of the complex nature of challenges that organisations have to deal with and enable a reflection on choices around deployment of resources and future strategies in situations where there are conflicting demands

  • Expose your apprenticeship learners to a range of tools for the analysis of perceptions related to reputation and illustrate application of such tools through a range of activities and case-studies

  • Help the learners to apply key principles of corporate responsibility and board effectiveness to the achievement of long-term performance

  • Allow your apprenticeship learners to gain an understanding of what information they need, to make integrative decisions and how they might use frameworks to make the most of the information organisations already have.

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The International Business module is designed to provide key theoretical insights and analytical tools for practising managers who face the opportunities and challenges of a global business environment.

Designed for practicing managers to be able to:

  • Develop insight into the variety of issues and challenges faced by managers of firms with international operations in the global business environment
  • Develop an ability to understand the complexity of international markets and capacity to successfully manage opportunities and challenges related to an international business strategy
  • Develop an understanding of how managers of internationally active firms can leverage their firm-specific advantages in different country-specific environments
  • Understand and apply conceptual frameworks that make sense of how multinational enterprises operate in a world of globalisation
  • Understand and apply conceptual and analytical tools to critically assess why, where, when and how firms internationalise, taking into account their strategies and organisational structures.
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Stage 3: Making an impact

Alongside an elective of the learner's choice, this programme culminates in their Management Research Challenge, an applied, evidence-based project which addresses a live challenge within your organisation. The research they conduct will lead them to draw conclusions and make actionable recommendations which can have a lasting impact on your company.

5 days of workshops plus blended learning component

Optional modules Credits

This places your organisation's practicing managers at the centre of their development as effective change leaders. They will be faced with real dilemmas and choices about courses of action. Through the exploration of the links between leadership, the change context, organisational culture, leadership values and behaviours and change practice. They will be able to make informed decisions about how to utilise the leadership and change resources at their disposal (individually and collectively).

The module is designed for practising managers who aspire to understand and develop their leadership capability and strengthen their change leadership expertise.

The key objectives are to:

  • Introduce key concepts, theories and models of leadership, organisational culture and values, change capabilities and approaches.
  • Support students development as organisational leaders.
  • Explore connections between leadership, organisational culture and values and change capabilities which are necessary to fulfil an organisation's remit.
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The Management Research Challenge (MRC) is a major project that offers the apprenticeship learner the opportunity to demonstrate practical research skills in identifying a significant organisational issue, problem or gap in management knowledge. They will design an appropriate data collection and analysis process and present the supported recommendations for practice.

It aims to:

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of key research skills for a management based investigation;
  • Prepare, implement and evaluate an appropriate research process that investigates a relevant business issue, management question or gap in knowledge;
  • Demonstrate awareness of appropriate use of methodology, theory, data, and critical use of literature;
  • Undertake a piece of original research in management and present findings and recommendations in line with the type of project chosen;
  • Integrate and consolidate learning from relevant MBA subject areas and apply this to a real business problem or gap in knowledge .
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Electives

In stage 3 there is an elective module with a choice between the following examples:

Corporate Finance, Brand Strategy, Managing International HRM, Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability, Digital Marketing

Optional modules

The module or course content descriptions set out on this page are correct for those being taught in the current academic year. Modules or course content marked as optional are indicative and may be subject to change.

How to nominate your employees

Learners on this programme must have a degree and a minimum of three years management experience or, 5 years management experience if no prior degree.

Before they are able to apply, to join any of Henley’s Apprenticeship Levy Degree programmes they need to be formally nominated by you their employer. In addition a three-way agreement needs to be put in place, this triangular agreement includes: Henley Business School, University of Reading, you the employers and the employees (individual learners).

The contractual process

Employer framework agreement (EFA):

This is the contract between the University of Reading and your organisation. NB: The organisaton that you work for maybe different to the one that signed the contract with the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) as you may work for a subsidiary of a larger company.

Cohort form:

Once the EFA is signed you are able to submit your cohort form. This is where you the employer, formally nominate the individuals you wish to send onto the MBA-SLMDA (and other programmes). Key questions are asked that allow us to check that individuals are eligible to be funded by the Levy.

Once the cohort form is completed, the nominated learners will be sent a base line assessment to establish the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to develop as part of their apprenticeship. They will then receive their online application link. Typically there is a two week gap when their application needs to be completed.

Entry requirements for the individual

Learners on our Henley MBA programmes typically have several years of management experience already. However in their baseline assessment they will need to demonstrate the need for new learning of the knowledge, skills and behaviours as outlined in the apprenticeship standard. On their online application for the MBA, they will need to demonstrate they have the necessary management experience.

Baseline assessment

Once the cohort form is completed, the nominated learners will be sent a baseline assessment to establish the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to develop as part of this apprenticeship. They will then receive their online application link.

Online application

Learners on our Henley MBA programmes typically have several years of management experience already. However, on an individual learners’ applications they will need to demonstrate the following qualifications and management experience.

Qualifications

To complete an Apprenticeship programme, it is mandatory that individuals have obtained Level 2 (Grade C or above G.C.S.E or equivalent) qualifications in English and Maths. Employers will be asked to ensure that applicants can provide evidence of Level 2 before including them on a cohort form to start the University application process. The Government has provided a useful link for those who may have mislaid their certificates.

For the MBA a good first degree or the equivalent professional or international qualification is normally required plus a minimum of 3 years management experience; However, we do welcome applications from candidates with exceptional management experience who may not meet all the formal criteria for admission. If nominated learners have a minimum of 5 years’ experience at a senior or strategic level with no degree, we would be happy to consider an application. Our Admission Panel reviews all non-standard applications for suitability.

Management experience

Applicants need to demonstrate through their CV and personal statements that they meet a minimum of three of the below:

  • An involvement in strategic planning and decision-making the objectives and effects of which are measured outside of standard operational activities
  • A responsibility for co-ordinating the work of others in a team whether internal or external to their working environment and whether corporate, project or event based.
  • A responsibility for meeting financial targets, managing or working with budgets the outcomes of which may be determined by the efforts of more than one person. Demonstrate how their specific input has shaped these outcomes.
  • A responsibility for developing and improving the performance of people, innovation, creative output, processes or technology whether for internal or external application.
  • A responsibility for managing specific projects or teams both within or external to the organisation. Clarify the size and nature of the tasks, and how they have managed or directed others.
  • A role that primarily achieves results through influencing others (internal or external stakeholders /customers) rather than through direct authority.
  • Experience of working internationally or of relevant multi-cultural exposure.

Need CV's and personal statements to be reviewed before completing the online application? Henley's Apprenticeship team are happy to help. Email: apprenticeships@henley.ac.uk

Current teaching arrangements

Due to social distancing guidelines and the size of all our apprenticeship cohorts, the face-to-face scheduled workshops are currently taught live online, through interactive sessions with academics. Our Greenlands campus provides a great learning environment that we know our students are keen to return to. However, the welfare of our students, staff and wider community remains a top priority and we need to ensure we follow relevant guidelines.

The apprenticeship team are to answer any queries you may have.

Closed cohorts

For clients wishing to run a closed cohort we have the flexibility to deliver the programme at a nationwide set of locations. We are happy to arrange an alternative teaching venue that may be more convenient for your staff, if you do not wish to use your organisation's facilities.

Open cohorts

For those on the open cohort options, the Flexible Executive MBA - Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship (SLMDA) is currently taught at our Greenlands campus. This beautiful campus is set on 30 acres of beautiful conservation parkland on the banks of the River Thames in Oxfordshire . We are less than an hour’s drive from Heathrow Airport, within easy reach of London and close to many major motorway links. It is perfect for quiet reflection as well as stimulating debate with other leading business minds and provides an ideal learning environment for busy executives: they have the space and surroundings required to stretch their mind and think away from the pressures of the office.

Classes are delivered in board-room style seminar rooms to facilitate group work and discussion.

Resources include the Library that holds books, journals, market research reports, dissertations, working papers and company information. The modern new space provides the perfect place for study, including a 24-hour Quiet Study Space. Although these materials are also available online through the virtual learning environment.

Leisure facilities include a fully equipped and professionally staffed fitness centre, outdoor sporting facilities, on-site accommodation and restaurant.

Proud to be triple accredited

We are proud to hold triple-accredited status from the leading UK, European and US accrediting bodies: AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB.

Our triple-accredited status provides reassurance to our apprentice learners and organisations that we work with, of the quality and high standards of our courses and academic staff.

Each of the accreditation bodies exists to raise the standards of business education and we go through a rigorous process with each of them, which covers aspects including learning experiences, faculty and research.

CMI

The CMI is the only chartered professional body in the UK that is dedicated to promoting the highest standards in management and leadership excellence. Over 130,000 managers use its services on a daily basis and CMI has constantly been at the forefront of all aspects of management training and thinking.

On successful completion of the Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship (SLMDA) MBA, learners will receive the following awards:

  • Henley Flexible Executive Master of Business Administration Degree
  • CMI Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership
  • Chartered Manager status (This will be granted on successful completion of the End-Point Assessment (EPA))
  • Level 7 Apprenticeship Certificate.
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Why choose Henley?

Working with you

By working in long-term partnerships with our clients, we can help to maximise the value of Levy contributions. We aim to utilise the fund to meet our clients’ strategic objectives and achieve their ambitions for their employees and organisations. At Henley we empower the individual learners to become great professionals and outstanding business leaders, who think with clarity and act with confidence and conviction. Working with their Apprenticeship Tutors they will be encouraged to utilise the new learning to benefit both the teams within which they work and the wider organisation.

Henley's support to you - the employer

Each client is assigned an Account Director or Manager to support them with the on-boarding of new learners onto this apprenticeship programme and others. The team will work with you throughout the application and enrolment process.

The Henley alumni network

Individual learners will meet with others both on their cohort and likely those on other cohorts from previous years. Together they can form an invaluable network. From day one, they join Henley’s alumni association, a group of over 80,000 spread across 150 countries. There are regional and international alumni groups and Special Interest Groups providing a priceless series of events, mentoring programmes, career advice, and industry contacts and information.

Contact us

Henley Apprenticeship Levy Team

Contact the team for more information about Henley's apprenticeship levy programmes and service.

Email: apprenticeships@henley.ac.uk
Telephone: 01491418733