Team Leadership and Supervision
Targeted Job Roles
Our Team Leadership and Supervision Apprenticeships are used by employers to train staff in a variety of roles, including:
- Team Leaders
- First Line Managers
- Production Team Supervisors
The Course Structure
This apprenticeship is delivered through:
- 2 masterclasses
- 3 drama-based learning events
- 7 workshops
- Fortnightly webinars
- Quarterly workplace performance reviews
- Online assessments
Read more about our innovative approach to teaching and learning on our Apprenticeship Training page.
Each of your apprentices is guided and mentored through the whole programme by their Skills Coach. Find out more about how this works.
End Point Assessment (EPA)
This programme is continually assessed by our Tutors and Skills Coaches throughout. The final End Point Assessment (EPA) requires candidates to give a presentation to an assessment panel and answer questions on their work.
Read through the course content below…
Chartered Management Institute Level Certificate
At your business address, online and / or at our London HQ
Team Leadership and Supervision Course Content
What makes an inspirational leader and what impact can inspirational leadership have on the business and our organisational strategy? Our guest speaker provides insights and motivation.
Leadership Masterclass Two
An additional Masterclass that will focus on one of the topics covered or to be covered in our
workshops. This can be delivered by one of your own internal experts or an inspirational speaker
provided by us and is fully customisable.
Theatre Based Learning
In this theatre-based workshop, learners will observe actors in scenarios around giving feedback, goal setting, delivering appraisals and how to effectively manage team members. It will enable learners to practice the skills covered in the previous workshop.
Negotiation and Influencing
In this theatre-based workshop, we will build on the communication skills covered in the previous workshop and explore how to use these to negotiate and influence effectively and build positive relationships with both internal and external customers.
Equality & Diversity
In this theatre-based workshop, learners will learn about the Equality Act 2010 and how to manage a culture of inclusion and diversity at work. Our actors bring to life different scenarios to help understand how discriminatory situations can arise, and what managers can do to combat this.
The first Leadership and Supervision workshop introduces learners to the programme in detail, giving an overview of each masterclass, workshop and theatre-based learning workshop. We also complete the formal enrolment paperwork, demonstrate the online learning environment and delegates will meet the Skills Coach who supports them throughout. Learners will begin their development journey by understanding and exploring learning styles.
Your Role as a Manager
This workshop explores leadership styles. Learners will identify their own approach and discuss the impact it has on their team and colleagues, how to create positive working relationships within the team and how to understand emotional intelligence and the impact it has on behaviours. Learners also spend time creating a personal development plan for use throughout the programme.
Managing & Making Decisions
This workshop explores personal effectiveness at work. Learners will explore time management techniques and organisational skills to manage their workload effectively. The workshop will also focus on decision making and problem solving in relation to effective management of yourself and others.
This workshop will give an understanding of the behaviours, processes and skills needed to effectively manage people and performance. Learners will explore giving feedback and handling difficult conversations, motivation and goal setting, and the impact of team dynamics. The workshop will also look at the role of HR.
Leadership and Communication
This workshop explores how to communicate effectively using a range of different methods and in a variety of scenarios, including an introduction to communication styles. We will also explore chairing and participating in meetings and team briefings, presenting, and how to use active listening to support effective communication with others.
Operational Management & Finance
This workshop will give an understanding of finance and managing or understanding budgets and the role of finance in the commercial operation of the business, feeding into organisational strategy. There is a focus on profits, cost, budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting. The workshop also explores management of data and information within the role of a manager.
This final workshop focuses on the skills required to manage projects. Exploring how to manage resources, plan the project, prioritise, allocate and delegate tasks, and understand how to identify risks and issues. This workshop also introduces practical tools like GANTT and PERT.
Hawkins \ Brown Architects
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Steinhoff Retail UK
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““LCoAT are Apprenticeship Levy experts and have helped us design, plan and implement an apprenticeship programme that delivers the skills we need as part of our wider workforce development strategy.””
““LCoAT deliver training that is hugely beneficial to our business goals and ambitions. Their Continuous Improvement and Leadership and Management programmes are delivered by great trainers and we are beginning to see real changes in how our staff carry out their duties””
“From the moment LAC sourced and tailored the apprentice to suit the needs of our business through to the ultimate graduation and full time hiring of them, LAC have supported each part of the program at all key stages of their development. The mix of a broad yet detailed academic approach they take coupled with the learning in the real business environment is one of the most effective ways to grow young people within any industry.”