Stop press - Express Manager Degree Apprenticeship launched

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Academics on the final mile launch of Express Manager apprenticeship degree with Trailblazer chair Justin Moore and IOC chair Carl Lomas Academics on the final mile launch of Express Manager apprenticeship degree with Trailblazer chair Justin Moore and IOC chair Carl Lomas

Your next generation have a stairway to manager

Three years. No student loan – it's paid by levy

Three years in the making, DfE Institute for Apprenticeships have approved the level six standard at degree level for Express Delivery Manager.

A three-year course, no student loan, on-the-job learning with a degree in Express management, paid for by levy apprenticeship funding while the candidate earns a living in the express workplace.

IOC chair, Carl Lomas,

This is a milestone step for our sector, a stairway to professional management in express courier final mile, paid by levy, no student loan, on the job learning supported by Universities in the logistics hot-spots of Heathrow, West London and East Midlands, Derby.

 

Boss of DfE Inst for Apprenticeships, Sir Gerry Berragan,

Congratulations on the successful approval of the Express Delivery Manager apprenticeship standard. A big thank-you for the work that the Express Delivery Trailblazer group have completed.

Last modified on Monday, 11 November 2019 11:13
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