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Civil Service Learning and the importance of apprenticeships.

LEAD
THE PACK

Civil Service Learning is responding quickly to the government’s support for apprenticeships, helping to enable thousands of new apprenticeship starts.

Responsible for the learning and development of the Civil Service, Civil Service Learning enables opportunities for over 400,000 people and supports all civil servants to deliver excellent public services. Their commitment to apprenticeships will extend learning and development opportunities to a large number of new and current staff.

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A CIVIL SERVICE INITIATIVE

Informed by the government’s Enterprise Bill, and their commitment to deliver three million apprenticeships over the course of this parliament, Civil Service Learning has made apprenticeships a priority.

Aiming to have enabled over 30,000 apprenticeship starts by 2020, Jake McClure, Head of Apprenticeships for Civil Service Learning and co-chair of the employer group which designed the new leadership and management standards, said that the Civil Service wants to have a “world-class offer” in the area of leadership and management.

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THE APPRENTICESHIP OFFER

The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship will form an integral part of the offer being planned, with team leader and manager apprenticeship programmes also being created.

Courses will be designed and delivered with high quality training provision, to ensure “a full suite of potential pathways, not just for external recruits, but also, excitingly, for internal staff to build their own capability and development by having the opportunity to enrol onto a relevant leadership and management apprenticeship programme.”

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BENEFITS FOR CIVIL SERVICE LEARNING

This investment in learning and development will bring in a new generation of staff to the Civil Service, while ensuring their existing employees have opportunities to develop their leadership and management capability.

Describing these as “exciting times,” McClure said: “Alongside digital, building leadership and management capability across the Civil Service is a priority for the leaders of the Civil Service, and the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship and our other recently published standards will be a fantastic enabler for this to happen”.

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