The scheme, ‘Team Leader and Supervisor Apprenticeship’ covers seven major aspects from organisational culture and strategy to self and project management. The course allows learners to reflect on past experiences, learn from them, and be prepared for the more challenging days they may face in their career.
Corps Security were keen to make use of their Levy fund for this apprenticeship and chose SfS to develop a bespoke package that suited their organisational requirements. A round table discussion with Corps Security’s senior management uncovered their needs and priorities for this apprenticeship which will be delivered via shorter, more frequent remote learning sessions. This format will not affect the quality of teaching, but in fact aims to increase engagement due to being more accessible.
Pardeep Singh, Training & Development Advisor at Corps Security said “This is an exciting opportunity to utilise the apprenticeship route to support and upskill our colleagues, which is one of the company’s key priorities. Skills for Security has demonstrated a proactive approach in supporting us to launch this pilot apprenticeship. We look forward to working with the team going forward and offer further development opportunities to our colleagues.”
Ashley Scott, Tutor, Skills for Security said: “I often see students’ expressions change throughout workshops; when they either learn something new that will make their day-to-day role as a leader easier, or perhaps when a commonly perceived ‘tough’ aspect of leadership is made simple and clear – such as conflict or change management. It’s really refreshing that we currently have learners ranging from first time supervisors, to operations directors.”