Apprenticeship in Team Leading
Follow my lead
Definition of Team leader:
Team member who may not have any authority over other members but is appointed on permanent or rotating basis to (1) represent the team to the next higher reporting level, (2) make decisions in the absence of a consensus, (3) resolve conflict between team members, and (4) coordinate team efforts.
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In a letter to 100 of London’s top financial and creative companies, Mayor of London Boris Johnson has urged the need for a further 20,000 apprenticeships to be provided. With university places proving difficult for school leavers to gain, the market for apprenticeships is clearly competitive.
Craig Abrahart, who is an operating director at notgoingtouni.co.uk, stated further.
“The key to actually securing a place is to get young people’s minds into thinking about applying in October the previous year to get their name out and get their CV to a company.”
The fresh drive aimed at companies like Morgan Stanley, Price Waterhouse Cooper, Google and Bsky B, outlines the need for companies to ensure a smoother economic recovery. Boris went on to say…
“It has never been more important to invest in skilling London’s workforce for the future to drive our economy forward and ensure London remains competitive on the global stage.”
Knowledge-Web believes that both the employer and employee can benefit from an apprenticeship in all areas of the workforce. Team-leading is no exception.
Excellent team leaders are critical to an organisation. Individuals who display top leadership skills within a team can inspire those around them and improve all round performance. The skills gained through an apprenticeship with Knowledge-Web are valuable as they are easily transferable, offering an extensive capacity for career development.
A fully-funded Knowledge-Web apprenticeship can aid you in managing your own resources, to develop a fruitful working relationship with co-workers and to build on risk assessment skills.
For the employer this is a real opportunity to make use of the centrally funded initiative. It is vital that companies help to ensure that the recovery is not a slow and painful one. Knowledge-Web has the framework to allow those school-leavers not in higher education to begin their career path. Earning a wage is only the icing on the cake. The tasty filling comes in the form of the experience you can gain and the invaluable skills you will possess once the course is complete.
Contact Knowledge Web today who will be happy to discuss the apprenticeships on more detail.
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