Cirencester apprenticeship management company teams up with Builders Merchants Federation

Photo shows: John Henry with apprentices
AMG John Henry with BMF apprentices[4]

Cirencester-based The Apprenticeship Management Group and the national Builders Merchants Federation have teamed up to launch a new level three apprenticeship.

The Level 3 Team Leader Supervisor apprenticeship will support those taking the initial step to becoming a manager, or who have recently been appointed to a junior management role, and will see the apprentice take on extra responsibilities such as project management or leading a team of other employees.

The apprenticeship has been designed by the Gloucestershire based apprenticeship company with the BMF. AMG run their apprenticeship programme called Apprenticeship Plus.

The course, with the demands of a busy work life in mind, will be delivered virtually through tutor-lead classes and workplace-learning with all resources available online.

“Those successfully completing the apprenticeship will receive the Certificate in Merchant Management,” said Apprenticeship Management Group director – John Henry. “To be involved in creating a programme has been great for the company. Carmen (Daly) who works with the BMF for us has been fantastic in getting this over the line over a lockdown. Hopefully now we can roll this out successfully.”

The apprenticeship is only available in England and the course fee may be covered by the Apprenticeship Levy or Government Apprenticeship Funds.

The Apprentice Management Group recruits, employs and manages entry-level apprentices on behalf the host employer. The service removes many barriers that are currently in place and is open to all companies regardless of levy status.